Spring 2017 New York City Art Guide

By nycgo.com staff

Spring in New York City brings plenty to please art lovers. Want to make sure you don’t miss any of the biggest exhibitions this season? Read on for some of our favorites.

Oct
8

Arts & Culture
ChalkFIT 2018

Illustration students at FIT display their aesthetic chops on an outdoor mural.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
Neurosis

A hilarious new musical about finding happiness and love while surrounded by worries.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
Because I Could Not Stop

A dramatic glimpse into the mind and inner talent of poet Emily Dickinson.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
The Book of Merman

Two Mormon missionaries ring the doorbell of one Ethel Merman.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
Midnight at The Never Get

A gay showbiz couple endure 1960s intolerance of their life and relationship.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
Sakina's Restaurant

One-man show about an Indian immigrant’s experience working in the food-service industry.

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Oct
17

Off-Broadway
What the Constitution Means to Me

Writer Heidi Schreck’s personal exploration in the shadow of the Constitution.

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Oct
17

Museums & Galleries
Down These Mean Streets

Ten photographers capture the growth and community of urban landscapes.

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Oct
17

Museums & Galleries
Art and Conspiracy

Artists explore suspicion, power and the relationship between governments and their citizens.

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Oct
17

Museums & Galleries
Charles White: A Retrospective

MoMA hosts the first major survey of works by Charles White in over 30 years.

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Oct
17

Performing Arts
La Fanciulla del West

Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek sings Puccini’s gun-slinging heroine in this romantic epic of the Wild West, with the heralded return of tenor Jonas Kaufmann in the role of the outlaw she loves....

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Oct
17

Arts & Culture
Climate Signals

This citywide installation is meant to incite thought, conversation and action about climate change.

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