Clarion Hotel Empire Meadowlands Hotel
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Secaucus, NJ 07094
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Arts & Museums
Walk the deck of the 900-foot (274-meter) aircraft carrier Intrepid, best known for its role in World War II, and witness thought-provoking exhibits on aviation as well as deep sea and space exploration. Tour a submarine and take a virtual flight, in addition to viewing vintage and modern airplanes parked wing to wing. The interactive programs and events are designed for all ages and guarantee an educational yet fun experience. The stunning interiors and the panoramic views on the outside make The Intrepid a must-visit.
La Boîte, the brainchild of chef Lior Lev Sercarz, dealing exclusively with spices and biscuits, is located in Manhattan's Hell Kitchen neighborhood. The inception of La Boîte began dates back to 2006, when Sercarz created a range of French biscuits. His travels around the world enabled him to get acquainted with various spices. Finally in 2011 he could boast of his own store where visitors can purchase not only his creations but also imported spices. But this place turned out to be more than just a spice and biscuit shop, it also functions as an art gallery with a rotating collection of works on display.
Founded over 30 years ago, the Irish Arts Center remains one of New York's leading non-profit organizations. This inviting three-story building just outside the Theater district, combines various aspects of Irish culture for all to enjoy. Irish film, theater, music, dance, language, history, literature, visual arts, and more are made accessible to people of all backgrounds and ages. The IAC offers a wide range of instructional Irish culture classes and features performances in its beautiful 99-seat theater.
The Visual Arts Gallery in Chelsea near the Starrett-Lehigh building, is a modern art facility. It has a vast area including four cutting edge galleries. You could also venture onto the terrace...or do a little sight seeing as the gallery overlooks Lower Manhattan and Hudson River. The Visual Arts Gallery is one of a kind because it allows outstanding students to sell their work along side famous artists.
Pristine white walls and earthy wooden floor make up the Roebling Hall Art Gallery. Showcasing work of talents like Sebastiaan Bremer, Courtney Smith and many more, this is one of the most prestigious and sought after gallery in Chelsea. The well-lit gallery is host to various exhibitions and is always booked for various events and screenings. Surely a must visit for all art lovers. Appointments also accepted.
Affirmation Arts is truly dedicated to the development and growth of fine arts. This venue holds a number of exhibitions and displays by many famous as well as amateur artists. The contemporary architecture and decor adds to the beauty of this place. It houses studios, galleries and office spaces that are available on rent. The venue is quiet spacious and is well maintained. The events calender is usually full with a number of events lined up, it's advisable to call up in advance to inquire about specific shows.
Kent Fine Art concentrates on the works of late 19th Century and 20th Century avant-garde artists such as Antonio Muntadas, Dennis Adams and Herbert Bayer. It shows paintings, sculpture and multimedia art in special exhibitions. The gallery also publishes monographs of its curatorial projects. There is no admission fee to view the artwork.
The Robert Mann gallery features individual artists showcasing their work. Chip Hooper, Susan Rankaitis, Henry Wessel, Elijah Gowin are a few amongst many artists, whose works have been exhibited here. You are definitely going to come back for more! Every few months Robert Mann displays a new artist. This gallery also hosts art fairs with Pulse(New York) and Pulse(Miami). So drop in and be amazed!
This gallery features works of art from various artists in the fields of painting and photography. But that's not all, their focus is also on mixed media and sound installation. Artists who were otherwise ignored are now being recognized and appreciated. These spellbinding creations are sure to lure every eye. So here's calling all you art enthusiasts, do make a trip and enjoy yourselves.
Cheim & Read is one of the fine art galleries in Manhattan. In a city swarming with good art and plenty of people to appreciate it, Cheim had no problems identifying with an audience and creating a place for itself in the art world. Art aficionados will love the contemporary vibes of this place. The pristine white walls are in complete contrast to the vibrant and colorful paintings adorning them. Regular art shows and exhibitions on an eclectic range of themes, enliven the art scene.
Located in a revamped Cathedral-like warehouse in downtown Chelsea, this gallery is one of the best in the city. It showcases already established as well as upcoming artists, who are talented enough to get right up there in the world of art. Lots of critics and art connoisseurs believe that Gagosian introduced art to Chelsea. You can appreciate the sculptures, works on paper and contemporary paintings by the best artists in town. The quality of work showcased at Gagosian is so good that it almost equals that of museums!
Lehmann Maupin, was opened in 1996 and has over the years showcased works of contemporary artists. You can be sure of catching glimpses of unique paintings, photography, sculpture, video, and mixed-media works. Well known artists as well as new talent can be found displaying their art here. Lehmann Maupin has a second gallery in the Bowery area as well. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.