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Holiday trains at the New York Botanical Garden, Picasso drawings at the Frick, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center.

Scandinavian art comes to America, New York celebrates Catalonia culture, the Brooklyn Museum explores the American paintings of the Twenties and Thirties, and more.

African innovations at the Brooklyn Museum, the New York Pops, art inspired by New York, Baryshnikov Arts Center premiere's "Out of Time," and more.

Latin-American photo portraits at the Brooklyn Museum, BAM's 150th season, de Kooning at MoMA, The New York Film Festival, and more.

Interactive exhibitions at the Museum of the Moving Image, Norman Rockwell at the Brooklyn Museum, Gruesome Playground Injuries, and more.

Here's wishing that art exhibitions would not have to be ghettoized and dedicated solely to women. But the fact is, women have been filtered out of much of art history, whether from opportunities denied, prejudice, or any number of other reasons.

Sharon Matt Atkins, acting head of exhibitions and managing curator at the Brooklyn Museum guides us through “Andy Warhol: The Last Decade,” an exhibition that takes a look at the last ten years of Andy Warhol’s life and career.

Paula Zahn interviews Dr. Edward Bleiberg, curator of Egyptian Art at the Brooklyn Museum, home to a treasure trove of thousands of Egyptian objects, more than 1200 of them coming from over a 4,000 year period.

Paula Zahn interviews Jan Glier Reeder, curator of American High Style: Fashioning a National Collection now at the Brooklyn Museum.

The Brooklyn Museum‘s two shows opening on Feb 12 exemplify the institution’s strengths. Kiki Smith: Sojourn, installed in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art through Sept. 12, is a focused selection of large drawings, sculptures, and mixed media work plus playful installations in the museum’s period rooms. To Live Forever: Art and the [...]

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