Spring 2019 New York City Art Guide

nycgo.com staff

Spring in New York City brings plenty to please art lovers. Highly anticipated events include the Met Costume Institute’s Camp: Notes on Fashion, the return of the Whitney Biennial and a Brooklyn Museum exhibition focused on the impact of the Stonewall Uprising. Read on for more information on all the shows you won’t want to miss this season.

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Whitney Biennial

The Whitney Museum’s signature show is one of the most important events in modern art.

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Jul
21

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Camp: Notes on Fashion

The Met Costume Institute’s newest exhibition celebrates camp in design.

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Jul
21

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Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything

The Jewish Museum celebrates novelist, poet and singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen.

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Jul
21

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Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman

See a retrospective of an important Harlem Renaissance artist.

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Jul
21

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Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall

Works of some 20 LGBTQ+ artists that were born after Stonewall are part of this special exhibit.

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Jul
21

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Made in New York City

This exhibit explores the role of folk art in New York City dating back to the 18th century.

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Jul
21

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Simone Fattal: Works and Days

MoMA PS 1 presents the first solo exhibition in the US of Fattal’s work, including more than 100 sculptures, paintings and collages.

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21

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Drawing the Curtain

The Morgan Library and Museum displays Maurice Sendak’s designs for opera and ballet.

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