Events: What Is Happening In NYC

New York is known for its vibrant and colorful nature. It is never short of fantastic artistic works- here are some upcoming art events that you can visit for an enriching experience.

Installation view of "Beauty—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial." Photo by Matt Flynn © 2016 Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Installation view of “Beauty—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial.” Photo by Matt Flynn © 2016 Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Beauty – Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial: If you are looking for some fresh fashion sense, then this ongoing Cooper Hewitt event is something that will be of interest. This art event will give you a chance to explore 250 different works from 60 designers. The work here not only highlights fashion, but architecture and other art forms that indulge in aesthetic beauty.
Place– 2 East 91st Street at Fifth Avenue, New York
Date- Ongoing till 21 August, 2016
Know more- http://www.cooperhewitt.org/2015/09/15/cooper-hewitt-announces-2016-exhibition-beauty%E2%80%95cooper-hewitt-design-triennial/

Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History: Here is another ongoing art event that can really give you some goose bumps. 200 selected photographs are here to give you a glance into the sporting world since 1843. All these photographs represent cultural, historical and aesthetic values that sports have reflected in the society.
Place– 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York
Date- Ongoing; closed on Monday and Tuesday
Know more- https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/touring/who_shot_sports

Hotter Than That: 90 Years of Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five: The Legendary Louis Armstrong marked his name for the first time on a record label in 1926. Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five shook the music world with their album “Heebie Jeebies”. The Louis Armstrong museum is giving you a chance to find out how Satchmo made the name as one of the best Jazz musicians in 20th century.
Place– 34-56 107th Street in Corona, Queens, New York
Date- Ongoing
Know more- http://www.louisarmstronghouse.org/news/article.php?On-Exhibit-Hotter-Than-That—90-Years-of-Louis-Armstrong-and-His-Hot-Five-164

The Art of Now: The Hearst Tower has organized an elevating art experience in its Hearst Gallery. Their new event The-Art-Of-Now is showcasing the work of great contemporary painters like Mitchel Coffman, Ana Bidart and photographers like Asya Reznikov and Margeaux Walter. It is also holding other art forms like sculptures. The only thing you must remember is to make an appointment with the gallery via email.
Place– Hearst Headquarter 300 W. 57th Street, New York
Date- Ongoing
Know more- http://www.hearst.com/newsroom/the-art-of-now-0%C2%A0

Public, Private, Secret: There is no doubt that art of Photography has become an interesting part of our daily life. The International Centre of Photography has opened their new Bowery spot with a collection of photographs that reveals how this art is defining and constructing the boundaries of our privacy. With real time images and videos the exhibition is here to show that how this tricky factor- privacy, is changing in our modern society.
Place– 250 Bowery, New York
Date- Ongoing
Know more- https://www.icp.org/exhibitions/public-private-secret

Celebrating 100 Years of Einstein’s General Theory: Einstein and his theory about relativity really changed the human thinking. The E= mc2 was introduced to us in 2016 and this is the 100th year of that. The house has organized an exhibition with three Einstein “things” and a letter from the genius to Erwin Finlay Freundlich. The exhibition also gives you a chance to see the real summation of this theory written by Einstein’s own hand.
Place– 225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street, New York
Date- Ongoing
Know more- http://www.themorgan.org/exhibitions/einstein

Summer of Hamilton: Alexander Hamilton is an extremely popular figure. Here is your chance to know this great man and his creative role in structuring the great nation. The exhibition also has several belongings of Hamilton and films on the life of Hamilton that encouraged Lin-Manuel’s much celebrated writing Hamilton.
Place– 170 Central Park West Street, Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York
Date- Ongoing
Know More- http://www.nycgo.com/things-to-do/events-in-nyc/art-calendar