Spring 2020 New York City Art Guide

nycgo.com staff

Spring in New York City brings plenty to please art lovers. Highly anticipated events include a show at the newly opened Fotografiska, the arrival of Jackson Pollock’s Mural at the Guggenheim and a special exhibit celebrating 150 years of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Read on for more information on all the shows you won’t want to miss this season.

Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
Away from the Easel: Jackson Pollock’s Mural

Exhibition of artist Jackson Pollock's famed large-scale painting.

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Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
Making The Met, 1870–2020

Centerpiece of the Met’s 150th anniversary celebration year.

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Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
About Time: Fashion and Duration

Exhibition dissecting the relationship between fashion and time.

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Jul
13

Outdoors & Recreation
Kusama: Cosmic Nature

Celebrated Japanese contemporary artist brings her works and a new installation to the Bronx's New York Botanical Garden.

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Jul
13

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Suzie Zuzek for Lilly Pulitzer

Exhibition showcasing noted textile designer’s works that informed fashion designer’s clothing.

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Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
Marking Time

MoMA PS1 displays work that concerns issues with the prison system.

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Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life

The works of a multidisciplinary artist and activist go on display at MoMA.

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Jul
13

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We Do Not Dream Alone, the Asia Society Triennial

This far-ranging event includes exhibitions, interdisciplinary panels and performances.

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Jul
13

Museums & Galleries
Modern Look: Photography and the American Magazine

This look back at mid-century magazine photography and design celebrates the influence of European emigrés.

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Jul
13

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Bride of God

Hauser & Wirth's new Chelsea location holds its inaugural exhibition.

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Jul
15

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Bruce Davidson: People in Public Places

More than 100 images from Davidson's work in photojournalism are on display at the Queens Museum.

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