New York City is always a hub for art from around the world, but this fall’s exhibitions seem especially cosmopolitan: there’s art from Tibet, China, Italy, Austria and the pilgrimage city of Jerusalem. Closer to home, the monthlong Archtober celebrates local architecture; Beverly Buchanan and Agnes Martin get major museum retrospectives; and the City’s LGBT history is told through a collection of paintings, photos and letters. Meanwhile, an art-centric look at the movement Martin Luther spurred shows that the Reformation was not televised but rather brought to you by very-old-school media. Click through the collection below for more.
Museums & Galleries Jerusalem 1000–1400
While known as the city of three faiths, Jerusalem has been home to many more than three cultures, faiths and languages over its long history. This exhibit focuses on the city's role in shaping the art created between 1000 and 1400 and is comprised of more than two hundred pieces, some of which have never been shown outside their religious house of origin.