New York, New York
From the classic to the contemporary, art aficionados are spoilt for choice in the Big Apple. For a closer look at the works of European masters such as Rembrandt and Renoir, make a beeline for The Frick Collection. The building itself is an architectural wonder; the former residence of industrialist Henry Clay Frick, it was recently redesigned in an opulent 18th-century style.
For the opera lover, there’s usually something going on at The Metropolitan Opera, which can be found at Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Performances that will be taking place in 2018-19 include Mozart’s Don Giovanni and La Clemenza di Tito, as well as Puccini’s La Bohème.
Thanks to the tireless work of the Public Art Fund, opportunities abound for members of the New York public to interact with contemporary art in an urban environment. One show to look forward to, in October 2018, is Tear of the Cloud, a three-week-long exhibition by New York-based multimedia artist Tony Oursler. The multimedia work will be projected on the West 69th Street Transfer Bridge, the Hudson River, and the surrounding landscape, creating a dramatic visual and auditory experience inspired by what Oursler describes as “the mnemonic effect of the river and the many intertwined tropes associated with the Hudson Valley region.”
Those who want to experience the best of Manhattan and Times Square can’t do better than Citadines Connect Fifth Avenue New York. Here, you’ll be able to take in a musical at Theatre District, pop by an exhibition at the Modern Museum of Art, shop at the Fashion District or take a stroll in Central Park or Bryant Park.