Spend the day enamored by art in New York City. With new exhibits opening every few months in museums across the boroughs and new art installations popping up throughout the city, there’s always something new to enjoy. Here are 5 experiences to check out this month in NYC!
Please take all necessary safety precautions when visiting these installations, including wearing a face mask and social distancing.
Geometric Properties at ARTECHOUSE
Currently open through September 6th, ARTECHOUSE is home to Geometric Properties, an immersive installation by artist Julius Horsthuis. The installation is meant to encourage people to “visualize ourselves within the large whole” through creative digital artwork and fractals.
Tickets are available for purchase online – $24 for adults (16+), $17 for children (4-15).
More information: https://www.artechouse.com/program/geometric-properties/
The Nature of Color at the AMNH
Available through August 8, The Nature of Color at the American Museum of Natural History is an interactive exhibition about color – how they make us feel, the colors of living organisms, symbolism of colors, and how certain colors were created.
The Nature of Color is considered a special exhibition and require a General Admission + One or All ticket.
More information: https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/color
KAWS: WHAT PARTY at Brooklyn Museum
Enjoy over 100 of KAWS works from drawings to furniture at the KAWS: WHAT PARTY exhibition, available through September 5. It will also feature new pieces made specifically for this exhibition.
“General Admission PLUS KAWS” tickets are required. Tickets are $25 per adult.
More information: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/kaws_what_party
ESTAMOS BIEN – LA TRIENAL 20/21 at
El Museo del Barrio
Through September 26, El Museo del Barrio presents ESTAMOS BIEN – LA TRIENAL 20/21, a collection of Latinx contemporary art featuring 42 artists from the United States and Puerto Rico. This exhibition highlights intersectionality within the concept of Latinx and showcases diversity in ethnic and racial background, gender nonconformity, and more.
Timed tickets can be reserved online for $9 per adult.
More information: https://www.elmuseo.org/la-trienal/
Reflect at Domino Park
Jen Lewin’s Reflect is an immersive experience available at Domino Park in Brooklyn. The piece spans 2,400 square feet and includes interactive platforms that react to the steps of visitors, encouraging people to explore the changing colors of the artwork.
Domino Park is open 7 days a week from 6AM to 1AM.
More information: https://events.dominopark.com/events/arts/jen-lewins-reflect