Art Workers News
by Judd Tully

In a grungy stairwell of a BMT subway station on 23rd Street a poster-sized ad extols, “Now you can have Read more…

Art Workers News
by Judd Tully

Though their paths have frequently crossed, two New Deal-WPA vets, Joseph Delaney, 74, and Herman Cherry, 69, had never met Read more…

Art Workers News
by Judd Tully

During CETA orientation week at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Seventh Avenue and 27th Street, three cultural big wigs Read more…

Art Workers News
by Judd Tully

Leonard Giustino is one of the thirty CETA artists currently employed by the Council for the Arts in Westchester, a Read more…

New Art Examiner
by Judd Tully

Eric Kroll’s “Sex Objects, An American Photodocumental”, published a year ago by Addison House in Danbury, New Hampshire, rode out Read more…

ART/WORLD
by Judd Tully

In the 1950’s Alex Katz, a member of the New York School would often wander around Times Square. transfixed by Read more…

New Art Examiner
by Judd Tully

How the government’s Art in Architecture program really works On April 14 at 11 a.m. with due pomp and ceremony, Read more…

Soho Weekly News
by Judd Tully

Sailors’ Snug Harbor, the multifaceted white elephant created by a privateers’ fortune in the 18th century, is leaving, a landmark Read more…

Soho Weekly News
by Judd Tully

Squash, the frenetic racquets game akin to jai alai, handball and billiards, is moving out of its Ivy League closet Read more…

Berkeley Barb
by Judd Tully

“I’m going to continue to fight, to give all I have to the struggle, to work to free all political Read more…