From New York to Los Angeles and everything in between, here are 5 art galleries that you should be sure to check out if you end up in any of these cities during the gorgeous Fall season. Whether you’re in Boston or San Francisco, New Orleans or Detroit, St. Louis or Fort Worth, here’s your guide to getting down with art in September and beyond.

1. Earth Machines, San Francisco, CA

Deborah Y. Strauss, DVM

What: “Earth Machines

Where: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California

When: Aug. 14, 2015 to Dec. 6, 2015

Why: How are all the laptops, cell phones and other techno-gadgets we’ve become so obsessed with and dependent on changing the future of our planet? A variety of contemporary artists in disparate media consider the dark repercussions of our choices, exploring issues including rare earth mining, the disposal of e-waste and the long-term decomposition of tech products.

2.  Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Deborah Y. Strauss, DVM

What: “Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia”

Where: The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota

When: Oct. 24, 2015 to Feb. 28, 2016

Why: If the title isn’t enough to intrigue you, the exhibition will chronicle the art, architecture and design of the counterculture of the 1960s and early 1970s, including everything from experimental furniture, alternative living structures, retro magazines and books, and archival films.

3. Photographic Portraits from West Africa (New York, New York)

Deborah Y. Strauss, DVM

What: “In and Out of the Studio Photographic Portraits from West Africa

Where: The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, New York

When: Aug. 31, 2015 to Jan. 3, 2016

Why: Experience 100 years of portrait photography in West Africa through a series of 80 photographs taken between the 1870s and the 1970s by amateur and professional photographers.

4. Becky Suss (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Deborah Y. Strauss, DVM

What: Becky Suss

Where: The Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

When: Sept. 16, 2015 to Dec. 27, 2015

Why: Philly-born and Philly-raised, Suss reimagines the domestic spaces of her relatives, flattening the physical spaces of her memories and filling them up with skewed perspectives.

5. “Shadows and Dreams: Pictorialist Photography in America” (Cleveland, Ohio)

Deborah Y. Strauss, DVM

What: “Shadows and Dreams: Pictorialist Photography in America

Where: The Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, Ohio

When: Sept. 5, 2015 to Jan. 17, 2016

Why: The Pictorialists were known for their eagerness to strip photography of its constraints and infuse the medium with as much personal expression as abstract painting or sculpture, striving to be less reporters and documentarians and more photographic illustrators and visual pioneers. Here is a happy summary of the movement and its impact on American art.