One Hand Clapping at Guggenheim

The Best Upcoming Art Exhibitions

At Just Opened, we want you to know about the newest things happening in the city. Beyond the world of food and drink, we’re covering travel, culture and art – just to be sure you’re having a good time. These are the best art exhibitions coming soon – carefully selected for you.

Kazuo Miyagawa at MoMA (April 12-29, 2018):

Kazuo Miyagawa is Japan’s most influential cinematographer of postwar Japanese cinema, known for inventing the “bleach bypass” color technology – a process that results in a high contrast, faded look. In this exhibition of Miyagawa’s work, The MoMA will showcase restored films and a career-spanning survey of his cinematography. Find out more…


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Julia Phillips – Failure Detection at MoMA PS1 (April 15-September 3, 2018):

The first solo museum exhibition of New York-based artist Julia Phillips will showcase both newly commissioned works and existing sculptures, highlighting impressions of the human form. Find out more…


Huma Bhabha: We Come in Piece at the Met (April 17-October 28, 2018):

Located on The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Huma Bhabha has created a special installation for the outdoor space, featuring themes of colonialism, war, and displacement. Find out more…


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Visitors to Versailles 1682-1789 at the Met (April 16-July 29, 2018):

Highlighting experiences of travelers from 1682 to 1789 – when Louis XIV moved his court to Versailles and when the royal family was forced to leave the palace – the exhibition will include everything from paintings to portraits to furniture and costumes. Find out more…


Painted in Mexico at the Met (April 24-July 22, 2018):

Devoted to painting in New Spain (Mexico), you will see many newly restored works of art from the eighteenth century – exhibited for the first time – that highlight the stylistic developments, including new pictorial genres and subjects. Find out more…


One Hand Clapping at Guggenheim (May 4-October 21, 2018):

Bringing together artists with unconventional practices, the final exhibition of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative includes commissions by Cao Fei, Duan Jianyu, Lin Yilin, Wong Ping, and Samson Young. Find out more…

Featured image: Guggenheim

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