Explore 100 Years of New York City History at This Exhibit
The invention of the TV. Insulin. Yankee Stadium’s first baseball game. What do these three have in common with the Museum of the City of New York? They were all, for the most part, introduced in 1923. The latter, which was originally housed in Gracie Mansion until it moved, in 1932, to its current landmarked building by architect Joseph Henry Freedlander, is celebrating the milestone with “This Is New York: 100 Years of the City in Art and Pop Culture,” a massive, year-long exhibition showcasing how the Big Apple has been a century-long source of inspiration for storytellers in all mediums, from performance artists and musicians to designers and filmmakers. Its more than 400 objects have been categorized into four sections, such as Scenes From the City, highlighting noteworthy movies filmed there (On the Town, Annie Hall, You’ve Got Mail) from every decade and borough; At Home in New York, a cozy enclave to explore art, photographs, manuscripts, and other unique curios depicting the comforts and challenges of city living; and Tempo of the City, where you can find Carrie Bradshaw’s tutu ensemble from the pilot of Sex and the City.
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