New York city is a fantastic place to visit and especially if you are interested in art of any type. New York is known the world over for it’s art gallery’s and exhibitions.
The New York art scene is constantly changing with different venues every week. But no matter when you choose to visit, rest assured there will be plenty to see no matter what your taste.
New York offers some of the best photography and art galleries but also shows at renowned institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim.
April is a busy time in New York. There are flower shows, folk festivals, earth day, the black party and the Tribeca film festival to name a few.
Also billed as the worlds largest fine art trade show, Artexpo New York held on April 22-24 offers new works by 400 exhibitors, educational seminars and even cocktail parties.
There are plenty of other things to keep you occupied during your stay. For instance you could visit the Whitney Museum of American Art to take in the Whitney Blennial 2017.
How about a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the “Irving Penn: Centennial” Irving Penn was well known for his fashion photography and still life’s.
The New Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting a “Carol Rama: Antibodies” Remarkably, Rama was a self taught Italian artist. This is her first major survey in the US.
If sculpture is one of your favorite arts to explore then you wont want to miss “Narl Ward: G.O.A.T., again” Six sculptures by this African-American artist will be on view in this outdoor installation in Socrates Sculpture Park.
The Museum of Modern Art will be showing “Louise Lawler: Why Pictures Now” Lawlers images demystified the art object by showing how it lives as a commodity and piece of decor.
Then in the beginning of May the Jewish Museum in Central Park will hold “Florine Stetthelmer: Painting Poetry” featuring 50 examples of her work, including her foray into set design.
So if You are planning a trip to New York City, I am sure you will find just what you are looking for, no matter what your taste in art.