Fall 2016 NYC Art Guide

nycgo.com staff

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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.

Agnes Martin

Museums & Galleries Agnes Martin

See a retrospective of Martin’s minimalist work.

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Art from China: 3rd–6th Centuries
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries Art from China: 3rd–6th Centuries

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Kerry James Marshall: Mastry
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

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Martin Luther's Reformation
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries Martin Luther's Reformation

500th anniversary of the posting the Ninety-Five Theses.

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Gay Gotham at MCNY
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries Gay Gotham at MCNY

Exhibition showcasing the underground world of gay artists transcending oppression.

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Ruins and Rituals
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries Ruins and Rituals

Brooklyn Museum celebrates female artist.

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inHarlem
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries inHarlem

bringing sculptures to three of NYC's parks

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By the People
Jan
18

Museums & Galleries By the People

design from all regions of the United States

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Mrs. Carl Meyer and Her Children
Jan
19

Museums & Galleries Mrs. Carl Meyer and Her Children

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