You don't have to travel to the Louvre to see da Vinci's "Mona Lisa." A perfectly good forgery is hanging in a SoHo café.

Larry Kagan's steel sculptures show that things aren't always as they seem. His new exhibit is on view at Hirschl & Adler Modern thru Oct. 11.

Dana Steer of Viceroy New York shares his top picks for public art with's Ask the Expert.

Now through August 10th, head to Brooklyn Museum to check out Ai Weiwei: According to What?

Here and Elsewhere, the exhibition of contemporary art from and about the Arab world at the New Museum, is not a happy show. It is an important show.

Now through July 25th, visit the Chelsea location of Mitchell-Innes & Nash to view Slip, a group show of seven contemporary artists.

I never thought I'd say this, but Jeff Koons is cool. Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, opening June 27 at the Whitney Museum of American Art, has turned me around.

Birnam Wood/Galleries owner Patrick Dawson showed me around David Datuna's Elements, which showcases iconic figures like Abraham Lincoln and Marilyn Monroe.

Who is on the outside and who is in "the in"? A gallery devoted to artists with mental illness explores the question, through Jun. 18.

Now through Sunday, visit the Affordable Art Fair: an event that promotes accessible artwork at the Metropolitan Pavilion.


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