New York and Beyond Conservation Expert Frank Gilbert dies at 91

Conservationist Frank Gilbert, who helped save Grand Central Terminal from destruction by a 55-story skyscraper and incubated the pioneering icon law that supported New York City’s nationwide conservation movements in the mid-1960s, died at Chevy Chase on May 14. The doctor was 91 years old. His wife, Ann Hersh Gilbert, said the cause was pneumonia …

Veronica Ryan’s Uncanny Objects – The New York Times

sour sauce. A breadfruit. Apple pudding. Three incongruously large but otherwise realistic tropical fruit sculptures In a busy pedestrian square in London’s Hackney district, sit right on the ground as if the product had fallen from a grocery counter and magically expanded onto the pavement. artist’s work veronica ryanthey honor Wind wave generation — Between …

Frieze Sticks With A Winning Formula At The New York Cottage

At a time when the format and programs of art fairs are experiencing disruptions due to the pandemic, Frieze New York will remain relatively unchanged compared to last year. The contemporary art fair, which will take place between Thursday and Sunday, will host approximately 65 dealers in the fair area. Shed In the Hudson Yards …