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Past articles by Howard:

Best Impressionist Painters From Claude Monet to Edgar Degas

Don't know your Manet from your Monet? We'll straighten you out with our list of the The top Impressionist painters → Read More

New York Art Shows & Exhibits You Should See This Week

We highlight the best art shows and exhibits in NYC, from small gallery openings to highly anticipated exhibitions at museums → Read More

An Upstate art installation lets visitors commune with hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are nature's helicopters, buzzing and hovering around flowers in a way that seems impossible for an animal. But that is why we're fascinated with t → Read More

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a resident duck—on its roof

While tourists may have flown the coop at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for obvious reason, one hardy soul has decided to drop in for an extended stay: A femal → Read More

Upstate art destination Dia Beacon has officially announced a reopening date

Like New York City's major art museums, Dia Beacon in Dutchess County, long a favorite destination for weekend getaways, has been closed since the onset of the → Read More

A major sculpture installation is coming to Rockefeller Center

This spring, Frieze New York cancelled its annual art fair under the tent on Randalls Island due to the coronavirus, but it wasn't the only casualty: Its concur → Read More

The Frick Museum announces plans to move into the old Met Breuer

As the saying goes, when one door closes another one opens, and such is the case with the brutalist architectural masterpiece formerly known as The Met Breuer ( → Read More

A sweltering heat wave is on tap for NYC this week

Short of flying into the sun, few things are as hellish as a July heat wave in NYC, and now, one has set up over our area that's expected to continue through th → Read More

A sweltering heat wave is coming to NYC this weekend

Short of flying into the sun, few things are as hellish as a July heat wave in NYC, and one appears to be setting up for this weekend into early next week. High → Read More

This group is pushing for a new public park on the Gowanus Canal

For decades, the neighborhood surrounding the Gowanus Canal managed to resist gentrification due to the waterway's epic toxicity. But in recent years, all of th → Read More

These dreamy renderings show what New York would look like without cars

Except for occasional spates of speeding and drag-racing, the streets of New York City have been pretty quiet during the pandemic, thanks to a corresponding dro → Read More

This design competition reimagines the Brooklyn Bridge as pedestrian-only

If there's been any sort of silver lining to the pandemic in NYC, it has to be the significant reduction in traffic throughout the Five Boroughs—which, besides → Read More

This giant ferris wheel could be coming to Staten Island

Staten Island is often thought of as the odd borough out of NYC, home to a weather-predicting rodent and a cranky populace that has occasionally expressed its d → Read More

This gorgeous new green space just opened in Brooklyn Bridge Park

With its grassy expanses, copious bike paths, public art displays, basketball courts, soccer pitches and multitudinous free events, Brooklyn Bridge Park is argu → Read More

These major NYC art galleries are reopening with new exhibits this week

As Phase 3 of reopening kicks off, NYC art museums remain largely shuttered, although the Metropolitan Museum of Art just announced the official date on which i → Read More

This giant new NYC street mural offers an interactive experience

One of the biggest names in street art, the French artist who goes by the initials JR, has been very busy of late, especially in the Borough Of Kings. He was th → Read More

The High Line is officially reopening on July 16

For those of you who are still bummed that indoor dining will not resume in NYC as planned, here's some good news on another front: The High Line will officiall → Read More

This citywide art installation is displaying timely new works all over NYC

Just as New Yorkers were eagerly anticipating the city's Phase 3 reopening, the coronavirus has come roaring back in places like Texas, Florida and California—t → Read More

Harlem is getting a Black Lives Matter street mural

Since the death of George Floyd a month ago, NYC—and indeed the entire world—has been engulfed by protests, marches and demands for statue removals that not onl → Read More

Rockefeller Center is flying more than 100 rainbow flags for Pride

While it's true that the Pride March has been cancelled due to the coronavirus, other forms of celebration are taking place at locations across the city. That i → Read More