From the world's largest interactive video installation to a summer garden in the middle of winter, check out 32 art installations not to miss this January!
This month in NYC you will find new street art murals, sculptural installations, video art, groundbreaking and newsworthy exhibitions in the city's major museums and more.
On October 28, 1963, exactly 55 years ago, demolition began on the old Penn Station but you can still see remnants in the Brooklyn Museum's sculpture garden.
Join immersive theater company Little Cinema at the Brooklyn Museum for a horror movie screening like no other!
From oversized art installations, to the annual Open House New York, Archtober, to a Mile Long Opera on the High Line there's a big spectrum of art to take in.
Considering the "multitude of lives" David Bowie lived, 20+ years rooted in one city is pretty significant, indicative of his intimate relationships with NYC.
The traveling exhibit David Bowie Is, currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, is a tour de force that explores the life and influences of Bowie.
Outdoor art installations rule in March at High Line, Astor Place, Garment District, and Public Art Fund at 59th Street + the annual Armory Show & Asia Week
Celebrate Black History Month with a rich offering of culture, food, history and tours. You'll find events in Harlem, Central Park and Riverside Church.
The 2018 NYCxDesign will take place May 11 to 23, a citywide celebration of design with hundreds of events from exhibitions, open studios, talks, and more.