This year marks the centennial celebration of Frank Sinatra, one of America's greatest ever performing artists.
At Sinatra: An American Icon at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, visitors can view never-before-seen photos, mementos, artwork and music, most of which were donated directly from the Sinatra family. The exhibit can be viewed from now until September 4th, when it moves to the Grammy Museum in LA.
For avid Sinatra fans, a two-night HBO documentary, Sinatra: All or Nothing at All, begins this Sunday, April 5th and later this month, the Tribeca Film Festival will also honor the New York icon in its lineup with the inclusion of screenings of his films.
All photos courtesy of Johnathan Blanc/New York Public Library.