Need a break from the shows? Venture out to one of these arts-oriented institutions and get re-inspired. 
 

   

GALLERIES


1 David Stephenson’s dreamscapes, “Light Cities,” at Julie Saul Gallery. 535 W. 22nd St.; saulgallery.com


2 Photographer Ed Lederman and sculptor Kathleen Schneider’s “Force Field” at Tria Gallery. 531 W. 25th St.; triagallerynyc.com


3 Pema Rinzin’s abstractions at the Joshua Liner Gallery. 548 W. 28th St.; joshualinergallery.com


4 Masayo Nishimura’s “Recollections: From New York to Tokyo” at Ceres Gallery. 547 W. 27th St.; ceresgallery.org


5 Trey Speegle’s “It’s Not About You” at Benrimon Contemporary. 514 W. 24th St.; bcontemporary.com


6 Painter Francesco Vezzoli’s “Sacrilegio” at the Gagosian. 522 W. 21st St.; gagosian.com


7 New York solo debut of LA street artist Retna at 560 Washington Street


Jaques Roch’s “Escalades” at Kim Foster Gallery. 529 W. 20th St.; kimfostergallery.com

 

 

MUSEUMS

 

“The Great Upheaval” at the Guggenheim1071 Fifth Ave.; guggenheim.org


10 Henrik Olesen’s “Projects 94” at MoMA11 W. 53rd St.; moma.org


11 Lynda Benglis’ retrospective at The New Museum235 Bowery; newmuseum.org

 

 

PERFORMANCE


12 Franco Zeffirelli’s vision of Puccini’s La Bohème at The Metropolitan Opera. Lincoln Center Plaza; metoperafamily.org


13 The New York City Ballet takes on Swan Lake. Lincoln Center Plaza; nycballet.com


14 Plácido Domingo’s return to the New York Philharmonic. 10 Lincoln Center Plaza; nyphil.org

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