Exhibition: Condo, New York
Venue: Galleries across the city
Dates: Until 28 July, 2017
Initially started in London, Condo is now having their second edition in new York city.
For the month of July, 16 art galleries at the Lower East-Side and Chelsea will be hosting galleries from the U.S and around the world in their spaces. 
Summer tends to be a sleepy time in the New York art world, galleries use to come up with light group shows and go on long summer breaks before reopening in September.  
Condo is probably the most refreshing innovative project that is happening these days in the city.
Some of Condo’s highlights include Labor gallery from Mexico City hosted in Gavin Brown Enterprise and Project Native Informant from London at Bridget Donahue gallery. 
Check out their website for the complete list of exhibitors.

Exhibition: Guggenheim Collection: Brancusi
Venue: Guggenheim Museum 
Dates: Until 3 January, 2018

This beautiful show is dedicated to the Guggenheim's permanent collection of Constantin Brancusi's works. 
Brancusi was an integral part of the modernist movement among Marcel Duchamp, Fernand Léger, Amedeo Modigliani, and Henri Rousseau and more. Brancusi's works altered the trajectory of modern sculpture in the early decades of the twentieth century. 

Exhibition: UncleBrother
Dates: Until September 4, 2017

If you feel like escaping the city, here’s a place where you can catch an interesting show, eat well and enjoy the countryside peacefulness.
UncleBrother is a pop-up gallery and restaurant by Gavin Brown enterprise and artist Rikrit Trivanija.  
In 1992, Rirkrit Tiravanija created an exhibition entitled "Untitled (Free)" at 303 Gallery in New York. In this work, Trivanija converted the gallery into a kitchen where he served rice and Thai curry for free. This landmark piece marked the first step of his practice till this day- feeding people, inviting them to interact and by that bringing art closer to life.
UncleBrother will be open every weekend for brunch and dinner, a large group show will be on display, featuring works by SARAH SZE, OLAF BREUNING, TRISHA BAGA and more.
Hancock NY is about 2 hours drive from the city.
Take a look at their website for more details.