The Picasso sculpture with a face mask, Chicago, Illinois.
Must-Visit Cities For Art Lovers In The US
Some of the best spots to marvel art in NYC are The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim.
New York City
Culture seekers can also visit countless galleries with paintings, sculptures, photography, fine art, and minimalistic masterpieces in SoHo, Greenwich Village, and Chelsea.
A plethora of hidden gems, Instagram-able creations, street art, and architectural wonders are around almost every corner, not to mention the performing arts of Broadway.
Art enthusiasts can spend days visiting the Museum of Modern Art, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, and Mission Cultural Center For Latino Arts.
San Francisco
De Young Museum and Legion of Honor have combined to become one of the largest arts institutions in the city. There is also the historic American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.).
The Golden City is also full of incredible architecture, gorgeous murals, and vibrant attractions that are sure to please even the most demanding art critics.
From the L.A.X. Art Program at the airport to street art and murals, L.A. is a multicultural mecca with a famous performing arts scene.
Los Angeles
Places like the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), with nearly 149,000 pieces of outstanding works, are reason enough to make your way to the City of Angels.
In-town favorites include the Getty Center, Hammer Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), The Broad, Revolver Gallery, Downtown Art Walk, and the Arts District.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall, Angels Flight Railway, The Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens, and the Watts Towers Art Center require your undivided attention.
With architecture, sculptures, and works of art throughout the city, renowned museums include the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
The Art Institute of Chicago has 300,000 works of art, and the Museum of Contemporary Art has live performances, over 16,800 creative works, and thought-provoking exhibits.
Outdoor art viewing can be seen at Millennium Park, Wabash Arts Corridor, and Rogers Park: Miles of Murals. Plus, there are theater districts and ongoing performance art events.
With its buzzing creative and cultural scene, Portland has lovely galleries, art walks, and phenomenal music. The city hosts more than a few art festivals during the year.
The Portland Art Museum showcases indigenous talent and history. Other notable art houses include Oregon Contemporary and the Elizabeth Leach Gallery.
Portland'5 Centers for the Arts and Portland Center Stage at the Armory are hubs for performance artists. The Portland Japanese Garden has outdoor and indoor exhibitions.