Best hidden gems in the NYC art scene
At these underrated art museums and galleries, you'll find work worth discovering.
These art galleries and art museums might not get as much press as Gagosian or the Guggenheim, but the work they show is often just as notable. Click on a venue to see what's on view now.
New York University's fine-arts museum reflects the city's cultural life through exhibitions on art and social dynamics.
- 100 Washington Sq East, (between Washington and Waverly Pls)
- Critics choice
This six-story museum houses Donald and Shelley Rubin’s impressive collection of Himalayan art and artifacts.
- 150 W 17th St, (at Seventh Ave)
Located on the grounds of the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fairs, the QMA holds a 9,335sq ft scale model of New York City.
- Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, (near 111th St and 49th Ave entrance)