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.

The Fans Strike Back – Last Chance

The Fans Strike Back
Closes Sep 24

Explore the world’s largest private Star Wars collection made by fans, for fans, with more than 600 collectibles and figurines, life-size figures and famous costumes, more than 50 one-of-a-kind sculptures, armor, lightsabers, blasters, helmets, masks, and more in a immersive space. Use a green chroma to take pictures with selected backgrounds and visit the merchandise shop.

Hymn to the Big Wheel

Brookfield Place
Closes Sep 24

Walk through a rainbow and explore the illusion and physicality of color and natural light in space in Liz West’s giant sculptural work, Hymn to the Big Wheel.

See our guide to Brookfield Place

Shelby & Sandy: Animals

Taglialatella Galleries
Closes Sep 26

Find cartoon characters, aquatic creatures, jungle cats and long-stemmed birds within a fun, imaginative world created by Los Angeles brothers Shelby & Sandy. The artists’ signature style of vibrant colors and playful compositions comes through in minimal Pop-Art inspired work, often referencing cartoons, movies, toys, superheroes, and people or places from their childhood.

Monday-Saturday 10 am – 6 pm

Kate Clark: Only One Rule

Kate Clark Studio
Closes Oct 3

Walk among life-size hybrid sculptures synthesizing the human face and the body of wild animals by Brooklyn sculptor Kate Clark. Find anthropomorphic zebras, monkeys, wolves and other favorite animals.

Tuesday-Saturday 10 am–6 pm

Anila Quayyum Agha – A Moment to Consider

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Closes Oct 8

Immerse in light and shadow in this exhibit of new paintings, drawings and light installations by Anila Quayyum Agha, an acclaimed Pakistani-American artist known for her illuminated, suspended cubes. Ornamental patterns from history in metal, resin and paper using traditional and contemporary techniques of craft are reimagined in works ranging from monumental laser-cut steel sculptures to intimate hand-embroidered drawings, paying homage to artists and craftspeople who historically have gone unrecognized and unnamed despite the importance of their artistic output.

Tuesday-Saturday 10 am–6 pm

Changing Spaces

Rockefeller Center
Closes Oct 13

Interact with a water-based sculpture Changing Spaces by renowned visual artist Jeppe Hein. The social sculpture and “liquid architecture” inspires visitors to interact playfully with the artwork and their surroundings and offer a peaceful respite within this iconic city center. Move within circular walls of water shooting up from the ground.

See our guide to Rockefeller Center.