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The museum’s new Screens Series shows films by internationally acclaimed filmmakers like Apichatpong Weerasethakul and one of my favorites, indie director Abel Ferrara. There’s also a great calendar of film symposia and discussions with an eye on how cinema fits into the world of visual art, which is very inspiring. General admission is $18 or $12 for students. On Thursdays between 7 pm and 9 pm, you can pay what you wish. The suggested minimum is $2.
Designed by Pritzker prize winning SANAA, the New Museum is right around the corner from the apt and has fantastic contemporary art collection and amazing views from the top floor! Not to be missed!
Great Museum in the Lower East Side featuring new exhibits year round of world renowned artists.
As the only contemporary art museum in Manhattan, the New Museum prides itself on its mission of showcasing new art and new ideas created by artists from around the world. Founded in 1977 by Marcia Tucker, a former curator at the Whitney Museum of Art, the eight-level museum is a work of art itself…
This is actually also the location of the New Musuem, but the attached store is pretty cool, too.
Free, 1st Saturday of every month, 10 AM - 12 PM. Free, under age of 18. Pay as you wish, Thursdays 7 PM - 9 PM.
“Fascinating experiential museum-learn the history of the East Village and Lower East Side on an interactive tour of different tenement homes”
“It has two screens, both a state-of-the-art digital projector and an old 35mm reel-to-reel. The expertly curated films often form series on subjects such Japanese animation studio Ghibli or provocateur Gasper Noé”
“Great for people watching and soaking up the famous East Village creative community. Look for musicians, spontaneous dance parties, and good conversations with your bench neighbor. ”
“This is our favorite French Moroccan spot in the middle of Soho. A very cute date spot with delicious food. ”
“My favorite museum due to its size, not too overwhelming! Great views and located in a beautiful park of the city, falling between the West Village and Meatpacking district. Lots of great places to eat and explore, I'd visit the Highline (outdoor park) afterwards! The Whitney is for American art, FYI!”