Summertime is here at last, and while this may be one of the hottest years on record — following last year and the year before that — New York’s arts organizations are maintaining their cool. This month’s highlights include colossal sculptures along the East River, spectral ceramics in a South Brooklyn cemetery, and an archive of the city’s radical undercurrents. Here are our top recommendations for June.
When: through July 3
Where: Green-Wood Cemetery Catacombs (500 25th Street, South Slope, Brooklyn)
Green-Wood Cemetery’s first artist-in-residence told the New Yorker in 2020 that her new installation took inspiration from Han dynasty burial ceremonies practiced by her own family. Collaborating with local Chinese