Let’s jump into March together and enjoy creative events in the center of the city. The Marvelous Manhattan weekend guide includes art shows involving both visual and performing arts that combine different mediums and literature. Find out more about each event’s location, ticket pricing and hours on their websites and map out your weekend accurately!
Intangible Forms by Shohei Fujimoto 439 W 15th Street, Manhattan
If you haven’t made it to Artechouse, now is the best time to make it happen thanks to a brand new exhibit by Shohei Fujimoto. "Intangible Forms" focuses on the movement and abstract nature of space and time. The minimalist exhibit transport readers with a multi-sensory experience of visuals, sounds, and sensations.
The Edge At Hudson Yards 30 Hudson Yards, Manhattan
The Edge at Hudson yards is inviting adrenaline junkies and visceral New Yorkers to their brand new outdoor deck. The grand opening of The Edge, the highest deck in the western hemisphere, offers visitors dining options 101 floors above the city and cocktails at a 10,000 square foot bar.
Ballerina Symposium Seventh Avenue 27th Street, Manhattan
How do twentieth-century ballerinas affect modern fashion? This weekend’s Ballerina Symposium invites lovers of fashion and ballet to unite over common ground. The panel and academic exploration of fashion investigate how the two worlds overlap and inform one another.
Play on Writing Workshop 85 Chambers St, Manhattan
The Basel School of Design’s Professor Denise Lacy is hosting a workshop on Writing Textures this weekend. It is open to the public with ticket purchases and an open mind. Professor Lacy will focus on the application of both art and literature in art.
A Lens on FDR’s New Deal: Photographs by Arthur Rothstein 47-49 East 65th Street, Manhattan
"Lens on FDR’s new deal: Photographs by Arthur Rothstein," is a new exhibit that will run through April 2020. It is hosted by The Rothstein Legacy Project and focused on presenting his World War II photography, Rothstein’s book proposal and other works throughout his 50-year career.
Armory Show VIP Champagne Brunch 154 Ludlow St, Manhattan
Art aficionados can drop by the Richard Taittinger Gallery for the Armory Show and VIP Champagne Brunch. In celebration of the first US solo show, “Happy Boy in Manhattan,” for Japanese master Aki Kuroda, guests can enjoy champagne, coffee, and pastries while viewing pieces curated by Yoyo Maeght.
The Empire Beneath the Streets Tour 38 Park Row, Manhattan
If you’re feeling brave, get tickets to an underground tour of New York City. The Empire Beneath the Streets Tour includes a private tour of an original subway line from 1904. Learn about its creation, history, and the technical advances that made it possible.
Black in Time presented by FIT's Black Student Union 227 West 27th Street, Manhattan
The "Black in Time Art and Design Gallery" is exhibiting the rich culture and traditions of Africa through different works. FIT‘s Art Design Gallery at the Pomerantz Center will host the event. Displays will feature Afrocentric art, cinema, music, literature, and fashion from faculty, alumni, students, and other colleges.
Art on Paper Art Fair Pier 36, Manhattan
This weekend we welcome back the annual "Arts on Paper" exhibition at Pier 36. Attendees can view sculpture, paintings, photography and more that are both on paper and created with other mediums. Over 80 galleries will be participating by displaying works for sale as well as showcasing exciting pieces.