Each season, New York’s art community consistently offers a range of exciting exhibitions, performances, film series, and other arts and cultural events. Focusing on museums, nonprofits, art house cinemas, and galleries, we’ve gathered a list of some of the exhibitions and events we’re most looking forward to this season.
Below you’ll find a list of locations that have print copies of our spring art guide in stock.
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- Anthology Film Archives | 32 2nd Avenue, Bowery
- Hunter College MFA Building | 205 Hudson Street, Soho
- Zürcher Gallery | 33 Bleecker Street, Noho
- NYU Steinhardt, Barney Building | 34 Stuyvesant Street, East Village
- Eli Klein Gallery | 398 West Street, Greenwich Village
- Grey Art Gallery | 100 Washington Square East, Greenwich Village
- New York Studio School | 8 West 8th Street, Greenwich Village
- The Rubin Museum of Art | 150 West 17th Street, Chelsea
- Yancey Richardson | 525 West 22nd Street, Chelsea
- Marianne Boesky Gallery | 507 West 24th Street, Chelsea
- Susan Inglett Gallery | 522 West 24th Street, Chelsea
- Alexander Gray Associates | 510 West 26th Street, Chelsea
- Paula Cooper Gallery | 524 West 26th Street, Chelsea
- Casey Kaplan | 121 West 27th Street, Chelsea
- The Morgan Library & Museum | 225 Madison Avenue, Midtown
- Ford Foundation Gallery | 320 East 43rd Street, Midtown
- AC Institute | 16 East 48th Street, 4th Floor, Midtown
- Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center | 144 West 65th Street, Lincoln Center
- Hunter College Libraries | 695 Park Avenue, Upper East Side
- Hauser & Wirth | 32 East 69th Street, Upper East Side
- Bard Graduate Center Gallery | 8 West 86th Street, Upper West Side
- Paris Photo New York | Pier 94, 711 12th Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen (April 2–5)
- Smack Mellon | 92 Plymouth Street, DUMBO
- Pioneer Works | 159 Pioneer Street, Red Hook
- Trestle Gallery | 850 3rd Avenue, Suite 411, Industry City
- Gallery at BRIC House | 647 Fulton Street, Fort Greene
- Tiger Strikes Asteroid | 1329 Willoughby Avenue, #2A, Bushwick
- American Folk Art Museum Collections and Education Center | 47-29 32nd Place, Long Island City
- SculptureCenter | 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City
- Flux Factory | 39-31 29th Street, Long Island City
- Museum of the Moving Image | 36-01 35th Avenue, Long Island City
- The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum | 258 Main Street, Ridgefield, Connecticut
- The Newark Museum of Art | 49 Washington Street, Newark, New Jersey
Upstate New York
- Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts | 30 Campus Road, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
- Cornell University, Olive Tjaden Hall | 815 University Avenue, Ithaca, New York
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