Congratulations, “Ida”!

Just before taking her vows, Anna, an orphan brought up in a convent in Poland, visits her only living relative and discovers a haunting family secret, and her true name — Ida. Acclaimed director Pawel Pawlikowski probes Poland’s Nazi past in his intimate black-and-white film that the 2014 New York Jewish Film Festival presented on […]

In Conversation: Willem de Rooij

In 2002, Dutch-born, Berlin-based artist Willem de Rooij began a series of projects in which he collaborates with florists to realize floral sculptures. Some of de Rooij’s Bouquets have been visually elaborate, incorporating numerous species of flowers and plants; others have been highly regimented, for instance juxtaposing bunches of black and white tulips — two […]

Vacation Week Spotlight

Join us for fun family activities this vacation week! Today and Tuesday, and on Thursday, kids age 4 and older can channel their inner artists by participating in our Vacation Week Art Workshops. Build your own Imaginative Miniature inspired by Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power. Don’t miss the chance to fill your child’s vacation week […]