New York City's museums and galleries—and, often, its public spaces—are home to some of the most creative, inspiring art in the world. Below, find details on the top exhibitions in town as well as what's coming soon.
Louis Armstrong’s first ever recordings with His Hot Five.
See Chinese society through a surrealist lens.
Queens Museum shows four commissioned pieces based on essays in Rebecca Solnit’s book.
More than 200 works of portraiture from the 1900s to today.
Twenty-five artists interpret African masks.
A solo show, part of PS1's 40th anniversary celebrations.
The Met stays open late for drinks, concerts and classes.
Exhibition of over 60 drawings and prints from 16th and 17th centuries.
Interact with the paranormal at this “5-D” exhibit.
MoMA PS1 celebrates 40 years of contemporary art.
spend the summer with Alexander Hamilton
Twelve photographs of Noguchi sculptures reimagined as distant objects in space.
portrait of Ben Franklin by Louis XVI’s official portraitist
Architectural landmarks are often the anchors of a place's visual identity
First US retrospective of French avant-garde artist at MoMA.
The artist who works in blown glass returns to the NY Botanical Garden for a new show.
Anthology of the celebrated architect, featuring more than 450 objects on display.