New York City is one the best places in the world to catch exciting and engaging events and exhibitions. The year 2022 is no exception. There are plenty of highly anticipated events scheduled that offer something for everyone. Here are a few of the top exhibitions to catch during the year that proves to be educational and fun. Consider seeing one or more and spread the word the friends and family, so they don’t miss out.
25th and Park: The Jerry Schatzberg Studio
Anyone interested in seeing photographs of some of the most iconic figures from the 60s needs to see this exhibition. See photos of great artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and more. His work is known for being published in LIFE Magazine, VOGUE, Esquire, and many of the all-time leading magazines and publications of modern history. In addition, there are also pieces on display from leading actors and films he directed throughout his career. This display of art and entertainment history is running from January 14, 2022, through March 5, 2022.
Pantone Color of the Year
Discover the Pantone Color of the Year, which is Very Peri. It’s a purplish color that is bluer with red undertones. This year the art show is displayed in the ARTECHOUSE in Chelsea’s. This unique and calming art show is sure to fascinate and inspire visitors.
In America: A Lexicon of Fashion
This event is a Costume Institute exhibition that highlights and showcases American fashion’s social importance and aesthetics. For the last two years, this recurring exhibition was a scent and is set to make a triumphant comeback for 2022. This exhibition is running now until September 5, 2022.
This exhibition focuses on Tibetan Buddhist practices and artwork. There are over 25 objects on display that focus on rituals, physical exercise, meditation, and much more. This exhibit is provided by the Rubin Museum and is scheduled for March 18, 2022, through January 15, 2023.
This list is just a taste of some of the fantastic exhibitions and displays occurring in New York for 2022. Anyone interested in expanding their horizons and seeing what wonders and artful or historical displays are featured for the public to enjoy.