Rob Schneider’s Netflix special ‘Real Rob,’ disappoints

“Real Rob” is comedian Rob Schneider’s new Netflix special that feels more real than fake, with his wife Patricia Azarcoya Arce playing his wife in the mockumentary-style show. The show premiered Dec. 1 on...

Whitney opens main collection after move

If you missed “America is Hard to See,”  it’s not too late to see most of the works of which it was composed in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s new cumulative and long-standing...

Archaeological wonders of King Tut’s tomb recreated for exhibit

Premier Exhibitions, the company behind “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition,” recently revealed its newest exhibit “The Discovery of King Tut,” which allows visitors to travel back in time and experience the unearthing of the...

Gallery art inspired by flowers

For fans of art that embraces the ephemeral, “The Floral Ghost” is a must-see gallery show. Unlike most pieces of art, which are in some sense permanent, the artwork in Planthouse Gallery’s Plant District...

‘Youniverse:’ The Slowest Part of New York

The fast-paced lifestyle of New York City is palpable. Residents live in a constant state of stress and rush of forward momentum. The lifestyle is addictive, but New Yorkers and tourists alike see the...

‘The Quiet One’ Tells a Rock Star’s Life Story Through His Own Archives

Sitting alone amid piles of cameras, photos, videos and more, Bill Wyman begins to give the audience a trip through the archives he has built across five decades. The former Rolling Stones bassist opened...

Hercules Segers’ Otherworldly Beauty at the Met

A giant oak tree springs from the ground as branches coil in irregular turns and patches of leaves shoot up into the sky. Tiny buildings dot the city skyline as it extends into the...

Creepily Cheerful Art Inspired by Dostoevsky on Display in ‘The Idiot’

Dave McDermott’s new show “The Idiot,” at the Brennan and Griffin gallery in Red Hook, is striking before you even fully register what it is. When various motifs do eventually merge into something like...

Tom Sachs Brings the Beat to the Brooklyn Museum with Boombox Retrospective

It’s a new season at the Brooklyn Museum, so for the summer, its glass entryway has been transformed into a monument for boomboxes, which were once regular pedestrian accessories in another decade. The Tom...

“An Occupation of Loss” Supports The Expression of Grief

In a visually and emotionally jarring display, Taryn Simon opened her latest exhibit “An Occupation of Loss” at the Park Avenue Armory last week on Sept. 13. The work’s lofty goal was to examine...

Conversations From the ‘Field’ with Anna Deavere Smith

HBO partnered with the 92nd Street Y last Monday, Feb. 19, to bring actress and Tisch professor Anna Deavere Smith’s one-woman show “Notes from the Field” to the big screen. Smith’s stage show, which...

We’re Not on Wall Street Anymore

What do you get when you merge the precision of mathematics with the ambiguity of images? “Math art,” while sounding like an oxymoron, is the focus of Nelson Saiers’ latest solo show. Though his...
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