Your guide to fall arts and entertainment for New York 2022

Fall is finally here and New York is brimming with art exhibits, performances and more. Here’s a look at some of the things you can expect to see on the art scene this fall.

Art galleries and exhibitions

From now until October 5, you can see 40 life-size jaguar sculptures take over New York landmarks as part of the Jaguar Parade NYC 2022. Uniquely decorated jaguar sculptures designed by artists around the world can be found in places such as Tavern on the Green, United Nations Headquarters, World Trade Center, 9/11 Memorial, Central Park Zoo , the High Line, JFK Airport, La Guardia Airport and more. to raise funds and awareness of the urgent need to conserve these animals and their habitats.

Echoing the success of the immersive Van Gogh experience, a new immersive exhibition celebrating French artist Claude Monet will debut next November. Entitled “Monet’s Garden: The Immersive Experience”, visitors will be able to discover Monet’s most famous works. The show begins Nov. 1 at Seamen’s Bank Building at 30 Wall Street and runs through Jan. 8. Tickets are on sale now.

This photo combination shows images of ‘Monet’s Garden: The Immersive Experience’ in Berlin on January 11, 2022. The immersive exhibit celebrating French artist Claude Monet will make its U.S. debut in downtown New York starting November 1 at Seamen’s Bank Building at 30 Wall Street and will last until January 8. (Lukas Schulze/DKC/O&M via AP)

From now until November 12, local artist Ben Ernest Campbell is hosting a show at The Shag, 108 Roebling Street in Brooklyn. In the exhibition titled ‘New Marks of Devotion’, Campbell’s paintings invoke feelings of longing, joy, pleading and discipline while highlighting a period of isolation in Campbell’s life that blossomed into relationships. lush. Shag is open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. You can follow Campbell on Instagram @mystic_eyebrow.

Local artist Olya Dubatova is hosting a new solo exhibition November 16-December 10 at The Empty Circle, 499 3rd Ave, Brooklyn. Dubatova’s unique works incorporate paint she has made herself to create art that uses language, technology, time, place, gender and more. The work was created over the past three years during an art residency in Georgia, the South Caucasus and Italy, which was mainly focused on the exploration of materials such as natural pigments and resins. from Armenia and Italy. You can follow Dubatova on Instagram @oyla_dubatova.

Cavalier Galleries offers two exhibitions not to be missed. Until December 2022, you can drop by Pershing Square Plaza West, located on the west side of Park Avenue between East 41st and East 42nd streets in Midtown, to see Bjørn Okholm Skaarup’s iconic bronze sculpture, ‘Hippo Ballerina “. Cavalier Galleries will also host artist William Nelson’s new exhibition “PRETTY, Delightful, Desirable, DANGEROUS”. The show, which features works with iconic New York locations to recreate the synopsis of notable films, will open September 29 and run through October 29. Cavalier Galleries is located at 3 West 57th Street, 4th Floor.

Hippo Ballerina.Courtesy of Cavalier Galleries

The new art exhibition “MY PEOPLE” celebrates the limitlessness of the black network through a variety of works. The exhibition, curated by Phillip Collins, features new works by five artists spanning a range of communities and mediums. MY PEOPLE will be on display until November 5 at the NYC Culture Club, located at 185 Greenwich Street (World Trade Center, Oculus, Level C1, South Concourse) and is open from noon to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

The New York Fire Museum hosts “Firehouse: The Photography of Jill Freedman”. The exhibit will feature photographs of New York City firefighters at work in the 1970s and capture the danger, tragedy, heroism and camaraderie that come with being a firefighter. The exhibition will open to the public on October 12, 2022 and will be on display until April 2, 2023.

Poster House is hosting two must-see shows this fall. The first, “Masked Vigilantes on Silent Motorbikes”, features several artists and explores how posters have become symbols of capitalism, beauty standards and public dialogue, leading artists to critique their own work. The second, “Air-India’s Maharaja: Advertising Gone Rogue”, revisits the golden age of Indian tourism advertising through the figure of the Maharajah. Both are on display through February 12, 2023. Poster House is located at 119 W. 23rd Street.

Performing Arts and Projections

The New York Pops kick off their 40th anniversary season at Carnegie Hall! The new “The Music of Star Wars” program will include music from all nine “Star Wars” films as well as films from the “Star Wars” cinematic universe. For more information on the New York Pops performance schedule, visit newyorkpops.org.

Moviegoers can gather this fall at the Film at Lincoln Center for the 60th annual New York Film Festival. From Sept. 30-Oct. 30, 16, movie buffs can experience the wide array of films, shorts, and more at Lincoln Center. For more information, visit filmlinc.org.

Do you have shivers down your spine in this spooky season? The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is back this year with a huge lineup of thrilling films that are sure to keep you up at night. The festival takes place from October 13-20 and you can either buy ticket packages for multiple shows or buy individual tickets for what you want to see. For more information, visit brooklynhorrorfest.com.

Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Attractions and Events

For Halloween fans, beloved Boo at the Zoo returns to the Bronx Zoo in October. The popular attraction will be open during normal zoo hours every Saturday and Sunday from October 1-30, including the October 10 holiday, with all kinds of activities for zoo visitors of all ages, including demonstrations and professional pumpkin carving exhibitions; magic and mind reading shows; tricks or treats on the Candy Trail and more! For older visitors, the zoo is hosting a new after-hours experience called “Dinosaurs in Darkness: The Hatching.”

If you’re looking for some family fun, look no further than PaleyWKND. The Paley Center Museum is back on the block October 1-2 with all kinds of activities, meet and greets, demonstrations and more for all to enjoy. And did we mention it’s free to the public?

For all things pop culture and nerdy (in the best possible way), New York Comic Con returns to the Javits Center from October 6-9. Whether you love cosplaying your favorite character entirely or just love browsing the various booths, New York Comic Con has something for every nerd and self-proclaimed geek. Tickets will sell out, so be sure to reserve your spot!

For those looking to get a head start on winter, the Winter Lantern Festival returns to New York. The festival will light up two different locations this year, starting at SIUH Community Park on Staten Island from October 21, 2022 to January 8, 2023, then heading to Queens County Farm from November 11, 2022 to January 8, 2023. Tickets are on sale now at winterlanternfestival.com.

Photo credit: Kaleido Arts & Entertainment Group

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