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The City Is My Muse
Revealing New York’s Other Half
March 1, 2016
The Great Race
November 1, 2015
New York Portraits, 1700–1860
View portraits of early New Yorkers painted by leading American painters of their day, capturing the aspirations of the rising, upstart merchant city from 1700–1860.
The City is My Muse presents recent works by this lifelong New Yorker that depict the vibrancy and vitality of the city he loves.
Take in more than 100 images made by professional and amateur photographers capturing the energy, enthusiasm, and spirit of community that Marathon Sunday is all about.
This retrospective highlights Riis's photographs, handwritten journals, and personal correspondence depicting the city’s slums at the turn of the 20th century, which revealed “How the Other Half Lives."
Explore the past, present, and future of subsidized housing in the city.
Watch the history of New York City unfold over three screens and 22 minutes.
Immerse yourself in the drama of social activism in New York City, past and present, on issues as diverse as historic preservation, civil rights, wages, and sexual orientation.