Closing Soon

Last chances for some favorite exhibits, pop-ups and experiences.

Also see our guides to must-see exhibits, new openings, interactive pop-ups and public art.

Destination Cosmos: The Immersive Space Experience

Hall des Lumières
Closes Jun 4

Go on a gripping digital, immersive voyage across the universe through a maze of stars, planets, nebulae, and supernovae. Composed of 13 sequences and a prologue, the unique journey of discovery begins at Cape Canaveral and ends in the universe’s outer reaches. After departing from Earth, travel over Martian canyons alongside rovers, dive into the heart of Jupiter, glide across the rings of Saturn, and explore beyond the frontiers of our solar system to experience the immensity of our universe.

A multi-sensory journey with projections on marble walls, towering columns, stained glass skylights and coved ceilings of a historic former bank. Created with participation from NASA and in partnership with CNES.

Come back weekday mornings for Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion, a multi-sensory journey through the golden, sensuous and revolutionary art of the Viennese painter Austrian painter Gustav Klimt.

Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined

New Museum
Closes Jun 4

Look for hybrid, fantastical forms that fuse mythical and folkloric narratives with layered sociohistorical references  – crocodile women, mermaids and more – among over one hundred works from across Nairobi artist Wangechi Mutu’s twenty-five-year career.

Find the stories in collage-based works exploring camouflage, transformation, and mutation, plus paintings, drawings, sculptures, film, and performances.  Follow her decades-long exploration of the legacies of colonialism, globalization, and African and diasporic cultural traditions. At once culturally specific and transnational in scope, Mutu’s work grapples with contemporary realities, while proffering new models for a radically changed future informed by feminism, Afrofuturism, and interspecies symbiosis.