Future archaeologists might come to the conclusion that people in New York congregated in the city's museums, galleries, and exhibition spaces to remain warm during the winter.
How else to explain the plethora of amazing offerings available throughout the months when most tourists choose to stay at home?
There is never a terrible time to visit New York City, as evidenced by the quantity and caliber of upcoming exhibitions and attractions. In fact, you may enjoy the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) even more wh en there is less competition for space in front of the Pollack.
While this is going on, uptown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a number of noteworthy exhibitions are on view through the spring, including "Highlights from the Modern Design Collection," "Master Painters of India," and "Infinite Jest: Caricature and Satire from Leonardo to Levine."
This distinctive collection draws primarily from the Met's collection of drawings and prints by Leonardo da Vinci, Eugène Delacroix, Francisco de Goya, Henri de Toulouse-L Many of these caricatures have never been seen before and are only widely known to experts.
Many people adhere to them in their daily lives, but how many can honestly claim to have seen the Ten Commandments?
For a certain period of time only, Discovery Times Square is providing the extremely uncommon opportunity to view the oldest, best-preserved parchment copy of the Ten Commandments at the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit in Times Square.
It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance to interact with the customs, values, and iconic artifacts of ancient Israel that still have an influence on the world's major religions today.