Located in the Equitable Tower of the Equitable Life Assurance Society headquarters in Manhattan, this site (formerly known ... More
Located in the Equitable Tower of the Equitable Life Assurance Society headquarters in Manhattan, this site (formerly known as the Equitable Gallery) features local, national and international shows of all types of contemporary art. There are no permanent exhibits, but the Gallery provides an ever-changing display of magnificent art. Some recent art displayed were oil paintings, watercolors and sculptures from Haiti, Africa and Australia. Admission is free. Afterwards, you can head up to nearby Central Park, or visit the fancy stores along Fifth Avenue.
Any visitor to the Big Apple should spend at least a couple of hours at this vast museum. Designed by
Richard Morris Hunt, it has more than 1.5 million square feet (139,355 square meters) of exhibition space. European paintings ...
Housed in a beautifully restored brownstone at Harlem, Casa Frela is the place for art enthusiasts who are serious about
gaining new insights. Catch exhibitions of works by highly involved artists like Noreen Dean Dresser. Examine various paintings and ...
Built in 1966, New York's largest mosque combines both ancient and modern architectural elements, and each day welcomes the city's
thousands of Muslims to prayer. For the interior, the builders took special inspiration from the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. ...