A guide to this season’s museum exhibitions and art events in New York City.
Here are 19 art exhibitions to check out in Upstate New York, Long Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
Naudline Pierre’s otherworldly drawings, Yusuke Saito’s ceramic pizzas, Pueblo pottery, and more.
Giant outdoor sculpture, tiny miniature art, and a “rebellious circus troupe” are among the many surprises in store for visitors to the upcoming event.
Frieze or Future? NADA or Volta? To help alleviate the daunting dizziness of too many options, we’ve got the run-down for you.
In advance of the museum’s opening, a series of rotating exhibitions in the Bronx Terminal Market offers a preview of what’s to come.
Yes, you’ll have to cross the 405 after 3 pm, but we promise it’ll be worth it.
The identity of the painter known as the Master of the Countess of Warwick has long been a mystery. A new exhibition hazards a guess.
A new exhibition at Manhattan’s Center for Italian Modern Art looks at the cross-pollination between avant-garde art and commercial posters in post-WWII Italy.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Lives of the Gods exhibition is the first major US show of Maya art in the last decade.
Collaging debris culled during urban excursions, Michael Alvarez portrays the liminal spaces of his city, from freeway underpasses to public parks.
Films by local and international directors will play at Williamsburg Cinemas, accompanied by live events and an awards ceremony.