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Lincoln Center Performing Arts Library and Museum

LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS LINCOLN CENTER PERFORMING ARTS LIBRARY AND MUSEUM (aka NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS)Date: 1958-1965 Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Primary Style: Modernist Façade (primary material): Travertine...

Clouds de-Parting

Clouds de-Parting

Public art installations seem to be on attack, not just at Lincoln Center, but also, throughout the rest of New York City.  The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has, for a long time, acted as a steward of Isamu Noguchi’s sculpture and other artwork.  However, across the...

Julliard School of Music

LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS JULLIARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC (aka ALICE TULLY HALL) Date: 1968 Architect: Pietro Belluschi Primary Style: Modernist Façade (primary material): Travertine Marble Stories: 5 (Julliard School of Music was the first building in Lincoln...

Vivian Beaumont Theater

LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS VIVIAN BEAUMONT THEATER (aka LINCOLN CENTER THEATER) Date: 1965 Architect: Eero Saarinen Primary Style: Modernist Façade (primary material): Travertine Marble Stories: 4 (Vivian Beaumont Theater and The New York Public Library...

The New York City Ballet

LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS NEW YORK STATE THEATER (aka THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET, aka DAVID H. KOCH THEATER)Date: 1964 Architect: Phillip Johnson Primary Style: Modernist Façade (primary material): Travertine Marble Stories: 6 (The New York State Theater...

Inside the Music Box

Inside the Music Box

After some curveballs which were scrapped, The New York Philharmonic Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center is again in the news, and this time, it truly is what's on the inside that matters. Lincoln Center has announced that New York's own Tod...

Preservation Heroes: Awards ceremony sings the praises of our “Unsung Heroes”

The world has many an unsung hero. In 2011, the Upper West Side has eight more. (click below to see the full event program) Artwork by Ron Barrett, illustrator of the world famous "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs". The Unsung Heroes of the Upper West...

Preservation Heroes: Awards ceremony sings the praises of our “Unsung Heroes”

The world has many an unsung hero. In 2011, the Upper West Side has eight more. (click below to see the full event program) Artwork by Ron Barrett, illustrator of the world famous "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs". The Unsung Heroes of the Upper West...

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