Spring 2018 New York City Art Guide

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.

Feb
22

Off-Broadway
Hurricane Diane

Playwright Madeleine George’s comedic commentary on climate change.

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
By the Way, Meet Vera Stark

A maid for a fading Hollywood actress finds herself in the spotlight.

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
Boesman and Lena

An abusive husband and his wife encounter a stranger while wandering the South African wastelands.

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
Alice by Heart

This new musical, set in WWII-era London, was inspired by Alice in Wonderland.

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Feb
22

Museums & Galleries
Crusader

the inspiration, influence and legacy of MLK

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
Colin Quinn: Red State Blue State

Colin Quinn takes on the current political climate in this one-man show.

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
Superhero

A new musical about the superhero who may be living next door in a New York apartment.

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Feb
22

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Faith and Empire

This exhibition explores the intersection of politics, religion and art in Tibetan Buddhism.

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Feb
22

Off-Broadway
The Trial of the Catonsville Nine

The Transport Group revives this 1971 Broadway play based on court transcripts regarding a group of activists protesting the Vietnam War.

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Feb
22

Museums & Galleries
Rive by Jon Verney

large scale photographs made specifically for the SACI New York Gallery space

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Feb
22

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Sugar Hill Songbook: Select Work by Faith Ringgold

This exhibit at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling celebrates the work of writer and artist Faith Ringgold.

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Feb
22

Museums & Galleries
Jeffrey Gibson: The Anthropophagic Effect

Multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson's work is on display at this elaborate exhibit at the New Museum.

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