When the temperature rises, head indoors: These museum exhibits are among the best things to do this summer in New York. Check out exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, Museum of the Moving Image and more.
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Best New York museum exhibits to see this summer
Be sure to hit these New York museums to check out some of the summer’s hottest exhibits.
Marsh’s work captures some of the seedy quality and kinetic energy of Depression-era New York.
The couture enthusiast shows off items from her nearly 4,000-piece collection of fashionable gems.
Contemporary book artists used the Hebrew Bible and other sacred texts as both inspiration and medium for the works on view, via methods like paper-cutting.
"Robert Irwin: Scrim veil—Black rectangle—Natural light, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1977)"
This installation was designed specifically for the Whitney’s light-filled fourth-floor gallery.
The Brooklyn art collective used the September 11 attacks as a jumping-off point for some of the work in this exhibit.
Costumes, sketches and other miscellanea from used in the development of films are on display.