Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay & Lesbian Art
Expected to double in size in 2016, the world's first museum dedicated to LGBT themes stages six to eight annual exhibitions of both...
One of the first alternative spaces in New York, Artists Space made its debut in 1972. Its mission was to support contemporary artists...
Occupying a cavernous ground-floor space in SoHo is this 1979 installation by the late American artist Walter De Maria. The work...
Lofted atop the James Hotel in SoHo, Jimmy is a sky-high hangout with sweeping views of the city below. The summer months teem with...
This unpretentious family-run restaurant serves some of the best sandwiches in the neighborhood, nay city. Try the smoked white-fish...
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Drawing Center information
America's only nonprofit institute focused solely on drawings, the Drawing Center uses work by masters as well as unknowns to juxtapose the medium's various styles. Historical exhibitions have included work by Michelangelo, James Ensor and Marcel Duchamp, while contemporary shows have showcased heavyweights such as Richard Serra, Ellsworth Kelly and Richard Tuttle. As to the themes themselves, expect anything from the whimsical to the politically controversial.
Artist lectures and performance-art programs are hot tickets here; check the website for upcoming events.