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  • NYC-ARTS Top Five: May 23 – 29

    Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s cheat sheet to the top events include Summer on the Hudson: Freshen Up Friday Concert Series, Philip Guston Painter, 1957 – 1967, 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.

  • Elle Winston – Summer on the Hudson: Freshen Up Friday Concert Series

    As part of Summer on the Hudson: Freshen Up Friday Concert Series, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Elle Winston will perform on May 27 in West Harlem Piers Park.

  • Nonstop Metropolis: The Remix

    Nonstop Metropolis: The Remix is a multi-faceted project in collaboration with renowned writer, historian, and activist, Rebecca Solnit.

  • NYC-ARTS Profile: Oskar Eustis

    Paula Zahn in conversation with Oskar Eustis, now celebrating his 10th anniversary as Artistic Director of The Public Theater.

  • Disguise: Masks and Global African Art

    Disguise: Masks and Global African Art connects the work of twenty-five contemporary artists with historical African masquerade, using play and provocation to invite viewers to think critically about their world and their place within it. By putting on a mask and becoming someone else, artists reveal hidden realities about society, including those of power, class, and gender, to suggest possibilities for the future.

  • Mirror Cells

    This exhibition brings together artists Liz Craft, Rochelle Goldberg, Elizabeth Jaeger, Maggie Lee, and Win McCarthy, who often conceive of interconnected works that suggest strange invented worlds.

  • Philip Guston Painter, 1957 – 1967

    The exhibition explores a pivotal decade in the career of the preeminent 20th century American artist. Featuring 36 paintings and 53 drawings, many on loan from major museums and private collections, the exhibition draws together a compelling body of work that reveals the artist grappling to reconcile gestural and field painting, figuration and abstraction.

  • Bard Graduate Center Gallery | NYC-ARTS News: May 19

    Arts news highlights: “Artek and the Aaltos: Creating a Modern World” at Bard Graduate Center Gallery; “The Nest, an exhibition of art in nature” at Katonah Museum of Art;
    “Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture” at The Frick Collection; “Waitress” at Brooks Atkinson Theatre; DanceAfrica and FilmAfrica at BAM; “Drawing Dialogues: Selections from the Sol LeWitt Collection” at The Drawing Center.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: May 19 2016

    Paula Zahn in conversation with Oskar Eustis, now celebrating his 10th anniversary as Artistic Director of The Public Theater. And Christina Ha presents the arts and culture news from the Bard Graduate Center Gallery, located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

  • Bard Graduate Center Gallery | NYC-ARTS News: May 12-19

    Highlights of the arts news: “Artek and the Aaltos: Creating a Modern World” and “Frontier Shores: Collection, Entanglement, and the Manufacture of Identity in Oceania” at Bard Graduate Center Gallery; “Merce Cunningham Early Works” at Baryshnikov Arts Center; “Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk” at Queens Museum; NoFit State Circus: Bianco at St. Ann’s Warehouse.