Winter Art Guide

nycgo.com staff

Every season brings exciting new art events to New York City, and the winter of 2017–18 offers an especially auspicious crop. Highlights include Times Square Arts embracing the area’s status as a selfie magnet with a 3-D-printed installation in Duffy Square; the Brooklyn Museum’s highly anticipated David Bowie exhibition; a visiting series of 17th-century Spanish paintings at the Frick Collection; and the New Museum’s Triennial showcase of emerging and international artists. Check out these and more happenings in our full guide, below.

Aug
26

Museums & Galleries
Showstoppers

An immersive pop-up exhibit featuring elaborate costumes from a variety of productions.

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Aug
26

Music
Live Music in Times Square

On summer weekdays, hear performances by jazz bands and Broadway stars for free in Times Square.

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Sep
17

Arts & Culture
Shakespeare in the Park

Each summer the Public Theater produces work by Shakespeare in Central Park's Delacorte Theater, with free tickets distributed by lottery.

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Sep
17

Performing Arts
Lincoln Center at Home: Restart Stages

A cultural program comprising 10 outdoor performance and rehearsal spaces and their attendant events.

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Sep
17

Museums & Galleries
Automania

the automobile's impact on art and beyond

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Sep
17

Arts & Culture
Eco-Urgency: Artists Make the Case

explores the intersection of art, artists and science

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Sep
17

Museums & Galleries
Hassan Hajjaj: VOGUE, The Arab Issue

an exploration of cultural stereotypes and cliches

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Sep
17

Museums & Galleries
Cézanne Drawing

best known for his paintings, this explores other side of his career

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Sep
17

Museums & Galleries
New York, New Music:1980–1986

celebrate the impact of the music of the 1980s

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Sep
17

Broadway
Pass Over

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Sep
17

Arts & Culture
Claudia Wieser: Rehearsal

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Sep
17

Museums & Galleries
Puppets of New York

enjoy these quirky residents from Lamb Chop to the Lion King and more

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