With a seemingly never-ending rotation of artwork in their collection, this is one museum that is constantly changing, so you can continue to come back repeatedly and still see something new. Current exhibitions include “African Arts — Global Conversations,” “American Art and Luce Visible Storage,” “Climate in Crisis,” and more. Tickets are required and you must adhere to a strict time schedule to accommodate social distancing at this time. Visit the museum’s websites to see which rotation of exhibitions are currently on display and which are on pause.
Salvator Mundi Museum of Art
Named for the notorious Leonardo da Vinci painting that shattered records when it was discovered and subsequently sold for $450 million back in 2017, this museum is dedicated to all things Mundi. If you’re looking to learn everything about Mundi — and we do mean everything — this is a place to go. One such exhibit focuses on the 1.3 million articles and stories that have been written about Mundi, including the original Christie’s auction catalog that recorded the jaw-dropping sale.
Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts
What started out being operated in a brownstone just over 20 years ago has grown into an expansive institution that focuses its subject matter on the social and political issues facing the African diaspora. This museum is comprised of three subdivisions — exhibitions, education, and community — and it does this through a series of both visual and performing arts. Ground broke in late 2019 on the new home for the museum, so stay tuned as progress is made and the new opening debuts.
With these three amazing art museums near 363 Bond Street apartments, plus the stunning collection in our own building, you’ll never be without inspiration. We’d love for you to take a look for yourself and see just how perfect a home we can be for you.