New York City became the center of the art world following World War II with the development of Abstract Expressionism. The Big Apple has yet to relinquish the crown.
In addition to its great art museums – The Met, MoMA, the Whitney, to name a few – New York offers an endless array of galleries which show off the best historic and contemporary art money can buy. From portraits by old masters to installations from millennials, the New York gallery scene is endlessly diverse.
Venture out of the museums this summer – and away from the crowds – to explore the city’s gallery scene. Admission is free. Gallerists are on-hand to answer questions. And, who knows, you might even find something to buy. Try doing that at The Guggenheim.
Exhibits were chosen based on their broad general interest, historic nature, or unique quality of work displayed.
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