• Brooklyn Museum | NYC-ARTS News: June 23-30

    Arts news highlights: “Disguise: Masks and Global African Art” at the Brooklyn Museum; Free Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theater presents “The Taming of the Shrew”; RIOULT Dance NY at The Joyce Theater; “Electric Paris” at Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT; “BOUNCE The Basketball Opera” at Paerdegat Park East Flatbush, Brooklyn.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: Midsummer Night Swing

    New York’s premier summer dance party, Midsummer Night Swing brings together people of all ages, at every skill level, and from diverse backgrounds for 15 evenings of social dance. Acclaimed bands will play as dancers swing, salsa, tango — to name just a few dance styles — in a gorgeous, open-air ballroom in Damrosch Park.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Jay Campbell

    Cellist Jay Campbell is known for his wide-ranging and eclectic taste in music. An advocate of contemporary classical music, he has also collaborated with John Zorn and programmed three days’ worth of music for the 2016 New York Philharmonic’s Biennale. In addition to his career as a chamber musician and soloist, Campbell is also on the faculty at Vassar College.

  • NYC-ARTS Choice: “Radical Seafaring” at Parrish Art Museum

    Curator Andrea Grover talks about the exhibition “Radical Seafaring” on view at Parrish Art Museum through July 24, 2016.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: June 23 2016

    A profile of cellist Jay Campbell, a winner of the Avery Fisher Career Grant Award. A visit to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY, for a look at the site-specific exhibition “Radical Seafaring.” And Christina Ha presents the NYC-ARTS News from the Brooklyn Museum.

  • NYC-ARTS Top Five: June 27 – July 3

    Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s cheat sheet to the top events includes Lincoln Center SUmmer Swing, SummerStage and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Monday and follow @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.

  • Chitra Ganesh: On Disobedience

    For this lecture, organized in conjunction with “Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room,” artist Chitra Ganesh will draw upon her recent visual research on the aesthetics and performative gestures of protest, exploring the notion of disobedience as it has been mobilized in political protest and social movements outside of the United States. Ganesh will share images […]

  • The Old Ball Game: New York Baseball, 1887–1977

    June 10–October 20, 2016 Exhibition Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 773, American Art, Mezzanine, The Henry R. Luce Center for the Study of American Art Since the mid-19th century, when the New York Knickerbockers played the first organized baseball games using modern-day rules, New York has been home to some of the sport’s most […]

  • Richard Woods: Work Tables

    Friedman Benda is pleased to present Work Tables, a new exhibition by British artist Richard Woods. Woods is best known for his spirited woodblock-printed furniture and installations that play with proportions and turn trompe l’oeil on its head. Flattening three-dimensions into two, his array of pattern draws from traditional building materials such as woodgrain, brick, […]

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