This venerable museum of American art moved from the Upper East Side to its new airy glass-walled building in 2015, signaling a dramatic geographic shift in the city’s art scene. Since then, dozens of galleries have opened in the area.
Here’s a review of the architecture – not the art – in the NY Times.
The collection includes works by William Hopper, Andy Warhol and Willem de Kooning.
Rest your feet with a glass of wine or more at the eighth-floor Studio Cafe, which features outdoor seating except in winter, or dine at the upscale Untitled restaurant on the ground floor.
Every Friday evening, 7pm to 10pm, is “pay what you wish”.
Young people 18 and under are admitted FREE any time.
Milk Gallery is a large studio and event space, where the MTV Video Music Awards after-party used to be held.
It also hosts an art gallery specializing in the works of local photographers who document celebrity, fashion and pop culture.
There are rotating exhibit, from photos of Andy Warhol’s Factory to shows by up-and-comers from Parsons.