The Museum Mile Festival, now in its 36th year, transforms Fifth Avenue into a block party for the arts.
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'The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, 1936 to 1951,' a show examining how documentary photography was redefined, goes on view at the Jewish Museum Friday.
Famous illustrator Maira Kalman will make her last appearances at the pop-up shop for her Jewish Museum retrospective on July 22 and 24.
Museums will open their doors for free for the festival, which will shut down traffic on Fifth Avenue, between 82nd and 105th streets.
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