Public Parks, Private Gardens Paris to Provence

The Best New Art Exhibitions In NYC

At Just Opened, we want you 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 and galleries that have just started, carefully selected for you…

Being: New Photography at MoMa (March 18-August 19, 2018):

In this year’s edition of MoMa’s New Photography series, Being focuses on what it means to be human. As the series presents current issues around the world, the works showcase how individuals are expressed today, with tactics such as masking, cropping or fragmenting to disorient the viewer. Find out more…

Being New Photography - MoMa

Zoe Leonard: Survey at The Whitney Museum (March 2-June 10, 2018):

New York based artist Zoe Leonard produces work in photography and sculpture, reflecting observations of daily life and changes in society. Survey is the first large-scale overview of the artist’s work in an American museum, covering a wide range of themes such as the history of photography, gender and sexuality, and the urban landscape. Find out more…


Zoe Leonard Survey - The Whitney Museum of American Art

Nick Mauss: Transmissions at The Whitney Museum (March 16-May 14, 2018):

In Nick Mauss’ first solo museum exhibition in the US, he shows the relationship between modernist ballet and the avant-garde visual arts in New York. With four performers communicating their interpretations of to the artworks through dance, Transmission combines ballet with art, theater, and fashion. Find out more…


Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence at The Met (March 12 – July 29, 2018): 

This exhibition highlights the important role of parks and gardens in France during the nineteenth century, with paintings, photographs and illustrated books by more than 70 artists – including Camille Corot and Henri Matisse. Find out more…


David Bowie Exhibition

David Bowie is exhibition at The Brooklyn Museum (March 2-July 15, 2018):

Presenting 400 hundred objects from the David Bowie Archive, the exhibition includes the artist’s original costumes, handwritten lyric sheets from famous songs, original album art, photographs, and videos. David Bowie is gives you a peek into Bowie’s creative process from his teenage years in England, to his last 20 years living in New York City. Find out more…

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