NYC's most dynamic new arts center, dedicated to visual & performing art that cannot be mounted in traditional museums / performance halls.
Fabulous conservation tour on Thursdays at 10AM. Well worth the time and $10. Excellent history, design, architecture insights.
Winter antiques show. Fabulous pieces and great to experience every eccentric, monied NYer.
I love this place. All of their stuff is good. Particularly liked their latest exhibition.
Saw the NYPhil's: PHILHARMONIC 360 here in 2012 and it will be an experience I'll never forget. Incredible use of architecture within the music..
Fantastic exhibit space in wonderfully restored nineteenth-century armory on Park Avenue
Huge place, generally has cool exhibitions.
Come to the International Print Fair this weekend. End Sun!
This is my next apartment
One of the most impressive collections of 1880s interior decoration outside of a museum; only armory actually owned by the unit for which it was constructed
Free Admission for all Bloomberg employees and 1 guest to the annual visual art commission.
Oktophonie : weird bullshit
Sign up for the Tuesday and Thursday 10 am tours on the website at armoryonpark.org.
Ann Hamilton Event of a Thread!
When you inevitably put off going to see whatever amazing show is here until the last weekend, purchase your tickets ahead of time online (
Buy your tickets online, bring your smartphone, and skip the lines!
Been at Ann Hamilton installation for five minutes and seen two swing accidents already
Welcome to Hogwarts.
When its not hosting some of NYC's best art installations, the beautiful interior of the Park Avenue Armory serves as the Commodore's mansion in HBO's Boardwalk Empire
Very well said
Wow! Amazing displays!
Admission to Tom Sachs' Space Program: Mars is free on Tuesdays from 4-7pm. Demos are on Thursdays at 8pm.
Tom Sachs' SPACE PROGRAM: MARS runs 5/16-6/17/12. Don't miss it - it's out of this world!
On 3/6/12, I was here to kick off a week of art events expected to generate more than $50 million in economic activity for NYC: http://bit.ly/xpjvew
This is a really unique venue in NY for non traditional visual and media exibithions
Guided tour is a MUST! 10am on Tues and Thurs; $10 general, $5 students
So much cooler than most Manhattan museums and so uniquely New York.
A unique venue in New York. Fairs, and art installations are neat, but hearing Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms or John Luther Adams’ Inuksuit in such a huge space is quite an experience...
Come get your glamor passport photo at the Travel + Leisure Global Bazaar!
A gorgeous old building! Many of the ground floor rooms are open to the public even if you aren't seeing an exhibit. Stop in and check out the space and catch an show.
Go see "No Man's Land" by French artist Christian Boltanski. Look carefully at the clothes on the ground and the clothes in the pile.