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Art & Museum News & Reviews

Fragonard: Drawing Triumphant at Metropolitan Museum of Art

ZEALnyc‘s Natasha Nesic introduces Fragonard: Drawing Triumphant, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art October 6, 2016 – January 8, ...

Music in Museums? Concert series abound at many museums around New York

By Jose Andrade, Contributing Writer, October 12, 2016

Art museums aren’t just for art.  Visual art, that is.  Many of our city’s greatest museums also offer wonderful concerts in specially-dedicated concert venues housed within the museum, as well ...

The Frick Collection sponsors a “College Night” this Friday

The Frick Collection

http://www.frick.org

1 East 70th Street @ Fifth Avenue

This Friday, September 23rd, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to a special evening at the Frickfor free! Bring friends, meet new people, and discover great works of art in a beautiful Gilded Age mansion. The night’s ...

Review: 'Bandstand' Dances, But Doesn't Always Deliver

By Sheila Kogan, Contributing Writer, April 27, 2017 There are so many elements to be savored in the new Broadway production Bandstand. First and foremost is the wonderfully inventive choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, who also serves as the show’s director. It was great fun to watch ...

Review: 'Six Degrees of Separation' Sparks a Connection

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, April 26, 2017 Oh, that Allison Janney. She can do more with one little finger than most performers can manage with their entire bodies. And that voice. That deep, dry, hilarious, wonderful voice. She’s one of that rare ones who can ...

#MakeItMagnifique: Tea and Cheese at the French Cheese Board in ...

By Natasha Nesic, Contributing Writer, April 26, 2017 Sometimes joy comes sliced between poached pears and baguette. So it is at the French Cheese Board, a tender slice of SoHo at 41 Spring Street. Polyglot gourmand Charles Duque created this permanent pop-up to communicate the creamy wonder of ...

100 Days, Funding and a Shutdown - We've Seen It Before ...

By Mark McLaren with Helaine Feldman, Contributing Writer, April 26, 2017 There is, if you can believe it, even greater scrutiny on President Trump this week as he approaches his first 100 days in office, and as he and Congress haggle over funding a wall, Obamacare, and the ...

Jazz Notes: Jazz Icon Ella Fitzgerald Honored With NYC Mayoral ...

By Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor ZEALnyc, April 25 2017 Even though the legendary Ella Fitzgerald died in 1996 at her home in Beverley Hills, she was a bona fide New Yorker throughout her remarkable career. Her story as The First Lady of Song began at the Apollo Theater ...

Review: 'Anastasia'—A Little Girl's Dream Comes True

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, April 25, 2017 Walking into the Broadhurst Theatre I felt like a little girl at Christmas. I was finally going to see my favorite childhood movie come to life onstage. Anastasia, directed by Darko Tresnjak, boasting a book by Terrence McNally with ...

Review: 'The Antipodes' Tells Us Stories About Stories

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, April 25, 2017 There are stories. And there are stories about stories. There are stories that number stories, that outline stories, that list stories. Somehow, The Antipodes, the new play by Annie Baker, directed by Lila Neugebauer at the Signature Theater, is ...

1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair Comes to Brooklyn In May

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, April 25, 2017 The third year of this up and coming fair brings a wide range of contemporary art from the African continent and its diaspora on May 5-7, 2017. You will see work from Senegal, Ghana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, ...

Review: The New York Pops Bridges the Generation Gap

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, April 24, 2017 As the older generation always says “I don’t understand what those kids are listening to these days.” I grew up in a household where I thought my parents' music wasn’t only good, but probably better than the ...

Review: Dance Theatre of Harlem Continues Its Legacy

By Mercedes Vizcaino, Contributing Writer, April 24, 2017 Founded in 1969 and inspired by the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the Dance Theatre of Harlem was established as a beacon of hope for young people. Through training in classical art form, instilling discipline and focus, a challenged ...

Enjoy a ‘Summer of Hamilton’ at the New York Historical Society

The New York Historical Society

http://www.nyhistory.org/summer-of-hamilton

170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street) New York, NY 10024

“Hamilton fever” is everywhere!  The New York Historical Society appears to have the latest case, evidenced by their current special exhibit and numerous satellite events revolving around Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, brought back into our public consciousness by the Tony ...

The London Report: What’s Happening This Summer on the Art and Gallery Scene

By Lorna Cumming-Bruce, Contributing Writer, Summer 2016

Summer is here! The Queen’s birthday bash has been and gone and Wimbledon’s about to begin; the roses are blooming and the Pimms is out; the sun is shining and a bonanza of summer seasons are opening at ...

Art Walk America (AWA) app is launching July 4, 2016

It has been reported that more than 25 million Americans attend thousands of art walks, gallery openings, and other arts events every year and now there is a new app designed specifically to meet their needs and enrich their experiences. Launching July 4, 2016, Art Walk America (AWA) will be ...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Tackles Modern – The Met Breuer Opens in March

Tim Wright, Art & Museum Editor, March 2, 2016

MoMA is the (pronounce thee) top tourist destination in New York City. Understanding the power and draw of an exciting space and interesting art, The Whitney smartly located ...

London Museum & Art Culture at No Cost, ZEALnyc’s Spring Guide to London Travel Series

Lorna Cumming-Bruce, Contributing Writer London Bureau, March 1, 2016

As any savvy New York traveler knows, London is anything but cheap! And if your travel plans include sleeping, eating and touring, you may find you don’t have a penny to spare. But ...

Exploring Every Day Objects; Works by Bontecou, Flavin, and Kienholz at MoMA

Danielle Zickl, Contributing Writer, February 26, 2016

Jasper Johns once wrote, “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it.” Thus is the basis of the Museum of Modern ...

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The Riverbed by Yoko Ono at Andrea Rosen Gallery

Anne Nowell, Contributing Writer, January 16th, 2016

Take a break from the busy streets of New York City and unwind from the holidays at Yoko Ono’s one of a kind exhibition. The exhibits are being held in two separate galleries, both located in ...

Sex, Math, Gangsters and the Morbid – Unique New York City Destinations

Helaine Feldman, Contributing Writer

Even if you missed the July 18 first anniversary bash at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn, it’s still worth a visit to this gruesome gallery in Gowanus. The small black building houses dead animals in ...

New Art & Museum Exhibitions for Fall 2014

ZEALnyc Art & Museum Fall Preview
Mark McLaren
Editor In Chief

New York museums offer an exciting and diverse line-up of new Fall 2014 exhibitions. Here is a sampling…

MoMA started off the fall season nicely with the Christopher ...