Museum-hopping shouldn’t be only reserved for rainy days. If you need proof of that, just take a look at the lineup of art exhibits hitting museums across the country this summer.
The season already kicked off in New York City with the Whitney Museum’s long-awaited Biennial and the unveiling of this year’s Met Gala honoree, Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo. But you’ll find new paintings, sculptures, and installations to wander through at dozens of other galleries, from Pérez Art Museum Miami’s new exploration of the Cuban-American identity to the revival of last summer’s Museum of Ice Cream, this time on the West Coast. With new collections cropping up in locations ranging from Washington, D.C. to Boston and Los Angeles, it’s hard to keep track—so we created a guide to the most anticipated exhibits for you (and yes, they’re all highly Instagrammable).
Scroll on for all 13, slotted in by exhibition end date. That’s right—all this art is on view for a limited time only, so get on it.