“Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.”
Seldom-Seen Screen Stars
Art & Museums
A Pioneer Gets His Due
Films, Friends and Fun
‘Cosmic Music’ and More
Laughs at All Comfort Levels
For a full discussion of things to do this weekend in the NYT go HERE.
The New York Times has an Arts section second to none. If you want know What’s Happening in the Arts around town this is the place to be.
“Want to see new art this weekend? Start in Chelsea with Etel Adnan’s drawing-like paintings and Kristin Oppenheim’s immersive art. Then head to NoHo for spectral canvases by Thomas Sills. And don’t miss “Feminism and the Legacy of Surrealism,” which covers art works from the 1970s to the present, as well as “Cosmic Geometries,” which takes inspiration from tarot cards.“
Here are just a few:
Through Feb. 19. Galerie Lelong & Co., 528 West 26th Street, Manhattan; (212) 315-0470, galerielelong.com.
Through Feb. 26. Eric Firestone, 4 Great Jones Street, Manhattan; 646-998-3727, ericfirestonegallery.com.
Through Feb. 19. 303 Gallery, 555 West 21st Street, Manhattan; 212-255-1121, 303gallery.com
Find a full discussion of What to See NYC Galeries HERE.
So many great things to see and do, places to eat and drink in NYC.
How to find them? Here are 6 more of my fave NYC suggestions:
“We’ve got your weekend plans ready!
Whether you’re looking to honor Black History Month or to check out NYC’s newest art installations, we’ve got you covered!
Here are our top 10 plans we know you’ll enjoy this weekend:”
With January behind us, it’s time to start planning for this month. From the Lunar New Year, Black History Month to Valentine’s Day, there are so many events and happenings going on all month long that will surely keep you busy! Find our entire list here and fill up that calendar.
For all the other Top 10 this weekend go HERE.