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New York Earth Room

The New York Earth Room

141 Wooster Street Between Prince and West Houston Streets

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The New York Earth Room, 1977, is the third Earth Room sculpture executed by the artist Walter De Maria, the first being in Munich, Germany in 1968. The second was installed at the Hessisches... Read More

The Peter Tunney Experience

73 Franklin St. Between Church and Broadway
347-291-5747

Peter Tunney is a New York-based artist, and his work, which frequently mixes and varies in media, is described as relics of the constant performance that is the artist’s life. His recent... Read More

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Hester Street Cafe at the New Museum

235 Bowery near Stanton St
(917) 267-9496

Hester Street Café at the New Museum offers New Yorkers and tourists alike a taste of some of the most creative food entrepreneurs in the city, providing a platform for these local food artisans to... Read More

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Taschen

107 Greene St between Prince & Spring Sts
(212) 226 2212

Taschen – the upscale boutique bookstore in Soho – is dedicated to museum quality art books that range from affordable pocket guides to beautiful collectible tomes. Founded by comic book... Read More

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Antiqueria

129 Duane St at Church St
(212) 227-7500

Antiqueria Tribeca’s specialty is European 20th Century furniture. The gallery boasts a collection of French Art Deco furnishings, from leather club chairs to desks and dining-room suites, and... Read More

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Recess Activities

41 Grand St. New York, NY (Thompson St. & W Broadway)
646.863.3765
www.recessart.org

Like the many hours of dodgeball, four square and red rover we dedicated in our childhood schoolyards, recess activities offers street-level grounds for a new kind of playing around. Created for... Read More

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Team Gallery

47 Wooster St., New York, NY (Broome St. & W Broadway)
212.279.9219
www.teamgal.com

José Freire relocated his gallery from an überhip Chelsea address to this high-ceilinged space in 2006, confirming that downtown is once again the place to be. He did well – the gallery has... Read More