What art exhibits are coming to NYC in 2021?

What art exhibits are coming to NYC in 2021?

Check out 28 wonderful art exhibits coming to NYC here: 1. Cooper & Gorfer–Between These Folded Walls, Utopia, Fotografiska New York Swedish photography museum, Fotografiska New York, will display ncredible portraits by artistic duo Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer through February 2021.

What are the best museum exhibitions in NYC?

Best museum exhibitions in NYC “The Roof Garden Commission: Alicja Kwade, ParaPivot” Whitney Biennial 2019 “Stonewall 50 at New-York Historical Society” “The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging” “The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel”

Where can you see the Harlem Renaissance exhibit?

The exhibit is a traveling exhibit, first hitting Epcot in Orlando, followed by the New Orleans Jazz Museum in New Orleans and the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City, Missouri before coming to Harlem. 10. Been Seen

When is David Hockney’s exhibit at the Morgan Library?

October 2, 2020 -May 30, 2021 The Morgan Library and Museum right here in NYC will be hosting the London National Portrait Gallery’s David Hockney exhibit this fall.

What are the best photo art museums in NYC?

Fotografiska New York is a wonderful museum in NYC for all art and especially photo art enthusiasts. Originally founded in Stockholm in 2010, the museum also exists in Tallinn (Estonia) and since 2019 in New York. In addition to regularly changing exhibitions, there is one Whitney Museum of Art event that tops them all: the Whitney Biennial.

What are the best art galleries on the Lower East Side?

One of the pioneers of the Lower East Side Chinatown gallery scene, CANADA opened in 2000 and has been a major institution, not a typical gallery, ever since. The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art is one of the newest museums in New York and is the only one fully dedicated to LGBTQ+ art.

What is the Marc Straus Gallery?

Starting December 15, 2021 The Marc Straus Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York City. It was founded in 2011 by Marc Straus in the Lower East Side inside of a four story building that has been reconstructed. The gallery is committed to showing art that has not been seen in decades by older artists.