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Art in New York City: Queens

This guide provides information about New York City museums, galleries, and arts organizations

Museums, Galleries, & Arts Organizations


Queens Museum MoMA PS1
Museum of the Moving Image Noguchi Museum 
Sculpture Center New York Hall of Science
Louis Armstrong House Museum  

Galleries & Arts Organizations
Queens has a lot of galleries and other venues for viewing art. Some are alternative spaces that showcase music, literature, and theater, in addition to the visual arts. Also, many venues are in Long Island City and a short walk from LaGuardia. What are you waiting for?!

Lorimoto Trans-Pecos
Knockdown Center Partido del Pueblo Migrante/Immigrant Movement International
Socrates Sculpture Park
Multipurpose space with public art and gardens;
hosts movie screenings, educational programs,
parties, and performances. Next to Mark di Suvero's sculpture studio.
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs
Non-profit gallery that hosts contemporary art exhibitions, accepts exhibition proposals
Fisher Landau Center for Art Kimberly-Klark 
Mobile Print PowerMobile printmaking group
based in Corona, Queens. You can often find
them at Corona Plaza and at events throughout the city.

Panorama of New York City at the Queens Museum

Chrysler Building on the Panorama, c. 1985, Photo by Esto

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LaGuardia Community College
31-10 Thomson Avenue, room E101
Long Island City, NY 11101
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