For those itching to gallery hop, New York is your destination of choice this month. While city dwellers bade farewell to Jeff Koons and the Whitney on Madison Ave., several exciting art exhibitions just opened across the city.
In the Lower East Side, Addie Wagenknecht opened her first ever solo exhibition in the United States, so be sure to swing by bitforms gallery to see her Internet-inspired feminist works. Uptown, everyone's beloved Takashi Murakami is showcasing his latest series of religion-inspired work at Gagosian Gallery. Apparently, the show includes an immersive installation featuring Mr. DOB and a bunch of guardian lions.
Finally, for those who'd rather spend a day in a museum, we recommend the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In April 2013, Leonard Lauder (son of Estée Lauder, businessman, and art enthusiast) donated his collection of Cubist artwork to the institution. Now, for the first time ever, Lauder's trove of Picassos and priceless Cubist works will be shown in its entirety for the first time. Check out all of The Best Art Exhibitions to See This Month (November).