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WS, a retelling of the Snow White story the Armory, which has developed a reputation as a family-friendly destination, made the unusual decision, with Mr. McCarthys agreement, to restrict visitors to those over 17. And even for adult visitors, the
A major art event at the Park Avenue Armory gives kids and adults a way to enjoy the wonder of the playground, even in the cold weather...Artist Ann Hamilton has turned the Park Avenue Armory into her personal playground with 42 swings suspended from
November 8, 2012 How do artworks and furniture from the 16th century to the present get into museums? Most international survey museums were built upon the existing collections of aristocrats or the donations of wealthy patrons. But new acquisitions
A Funereal Presence Swoops in to Roost and Caw The Murder of Crows' at Park Avenue Armory Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times The Murder of Crows, an audio installation by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, is now at the Park Avenue Armory.
Dance Review From the Darkness, Silvery Bodies Shimmer Like Tinsel in the Night Astral Converted' by Trisha Brown at Park Avenue Armory Julieta Cervantes for The New York Times Trisha Brown Dance Company Tamara Riewe, center, and fellow dancers in
NYT (7-1-12) The Park Avenue Armory's Board of Officers Room is to be restored by the architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron with a $15 million gift from the Thompson Family Foundation...Thompson, the founding chairman of Park Avenue Armory, who died
Meanwhile, another private company, one operated by the artist Tom Sachs, is gearing up for an imaginary manned expedition to Mars . Preparations for that voyage, including all the equipment Mr. Sachs and his team will need, are on display in Space
Mars exhibition at the Park Avenue Armory bills itself as an immersive space odyssey with an installation of dynamic and meticulously crafted sculptures. Mars and culminating in a research excursion on the surface of the red planet.
Mary's Lake, MT 4, above, a Matthew Brandt photo soaked in water. Stephen Bulger Gallery Alison Rossiter's Darko (Sears Roebuck), Rough Glossy, below, are at this Park Avenue Armory show. At the entrance of this Association of International
The Park Avenue Armory's high ceilings have attracted a group of performers who have a habit of defying gravity...Only the folks at Streb Extreme Action could get NY1's Roger Clark swinging back and forth on a giant ladder...The gigantic drill hall