Museum Mile

12 NYC Museum Exhibition Must See's in Spring 2014

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation

Italian Futurism, 1909 - 1944: Reconstructing the Universe

Now - September 1st, 2014

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The Culture Shed: NYC's Upcoming Modern and Eclectic Artistic Venue

New York City will soon add yet another artistic center to its already lush cultural landscape: the Culture Shed. Although its name is somewhat unambitious, its aspirations certainly are not. At the end of July the city announced that it would provide $50 million for the project.

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The MET Loses the 'MET'al

Those pretty & colorful metal lapel pins, emblazoned with the iconic “M”, that tourists and locals alike wear with pride, on entering the Metropolitan Museum of Art here in New York, will soon be history.  

Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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One Museum Mile: Same Address, Different Name

Museum Mile on the Upper East Side is no stranger to art enthusiasts and even less so to New Yorkers. Running along Fifth Avenue, this “mile” long strip of Manhattan contains one of the densest displays of culture in the world dispersed over nine globally renowned venues. And for the first time in years, a tenth museum will be joining the roster. Later this year, the Museum for African Art will be relocating to Fifth Avenue and East 110th Street and consequently extending the northern end of Museum Mile from East 104th Street to East 110th Street in East Harlem.

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The New Museum Mile

Would you believe that there’s not a single building designed to host traveling art installations in Manhattan? Well, it’s true, although it might not stay that way for long. A new arts center called the Culture Shed will fill that void; it is a vital part of New York City’s Hudson Yards project. The center is being planned in conjunction with two other major projects: the extension of the High Line from 30th - 34th Street, and the construction of a major office tower directly next door to the Culture Shed. Fundraising is underway for the High Line extension, and the office tower recently found their first tenant in Coach Inc., a major step in the revitalization of what was once a barren part of Manhattan.

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