“If our generation did not reinvigorate the French art market, what would we be leaving to the younger people?” asks Jennifer Flay, director of the international fair of contemporary art in Paris. “So
NEW YORK — Since the Museum of Modern Art moved to 53rd Street in 1939, it has been expanded several times, gobbling up whatever space it could find in one of this country’s densest urban neighborhoods.
For more than a century, the Nobel Prize in Literature has often been a polarizing spectacle, with critics denouncing the winners as too obscure, too Eurocentric, too male, too experimental, or simply
In 1939, the Museum of Modern Art opened its first purpose-built home on West 53rd Street, a taut, rectangular, six-story International Style palazzo clad in Thermolux glass and panels of milky white Stylish
There’s a cartoon hanging in the Queens Museum in New York – a drawing of a man with a shovel, digging through piles of paper. The papers symbolize government corruption, but they wind up in the dump.