Fall 2018 Art Guide

nycgo.com staff

New York City will always be a hub for art from around the world, but many of this fall’s exhibitions put American artists in the spotlight. Andy Warhol’s iconic Coke bottles (plus his illustrations and films) will be displayed at the Whitney Museum’s first major exhibition of his work in 30 years. Plus, Jerome Robbins’ photographs of NYC are on view at the New York Public Library and the Brooklyn Museum hosts a collection of sociopolitical work from around 60 African American artists. For more on these and other upcoming exhibits, explore the collection below.

Jan
22

Museums & Galleries
Hilma af Klint

Hilma af Klint, a pioneer of abstract painting, is the focus of this Guggenheim exhibition.

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Jan
22

Museums & Galleries
It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200

The Morgan Library explores how Mary Shelley created a compassionate, yet violent monster.

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Jan
22

Museums & Galleries
Harry Potter: A History of Magic

This exhibit from the British Library showcases centuries-old treasures including rare artifacts from the Harry Potter universe.

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Jan
22

Museums & Galleries
Voice of My City

Explore the intimate relationship between creative genius Jerome Robbins and New York City, a place that was always at the center of his work.

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Jan
23

Museums & Galleries
Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again

The Whitney presents a comprehensive retrospective of work by Pop Art icon Andy Warhol.

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Jan
23

Museums & Galleries
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

This Brooklyn Museum show focuses on African-American art from the revolutionary 1960s though the 1980s.

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Jan
23

Museums & Galleries
Rochelle Feinstein: Image of an Image

Bronx native Rochelle Feinstein is known for her use of abstract painting to explore current events.

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