I had a free Monday morning so I took a walk by the Central Park on the Museum Mile. First visited the Guggenheim, where there was a huge exhibition of Italian born, New York based artist Maurizio Cattelan. His installation was truly impressive and brought together everything that the artist has produced since 1989. The other exhibiton I liked was called Surface, Support, Process: The 1960s Monochrome in the Guggenheim Collection, showcasing monochrome and minimalist paintings and objects by Agnes Martin, John McCracken, Robert Ryman and Robert Mangold.
I was lucky to find the Neue Galerie, a museum specialising on German and Austrian art, so I had a chance to see my favourites Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.