For her first solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York–based artist Martha Rosler presents her work Meta-Monumental Garage Sale, a large-scale version of the classic American garage sale, in which Museum visitors can browse and buy second-hand goods organized, displayed, and sold by the artist.
Take advantage of this rare opportunity for New York City dancers to participate in a workshop led by choreographer and performer Crystal Pite. The improvisation-based class will focus on discovering and revealing articulations and timings in the body.
With the aim of animating Metropolitan Museum galleries in new ways, Met Museum Presents offers one of five performances of the sixteenth-century Kunqu opera masterpiece "The Peony Pavilion," in a seventy-minute version developed and directed by celebrated composer Tan Dun.
During the Cultural Revolution, only a small number of state-approved yangbanxi, model operas that adhered to revolutionary ideologies, were staged. One of them was the ballet opera "The Red Detachment of Women," about a peasant girl who breaks away from an oppressive landlord and joins the Red Army.
Common Ground responds to the many layers of City Hall Park's rich historical context and reveals how a work of art that articulates an artist's personal vision might also be thought of as having a civic function, value, or engagement.
This fall, Yve Laris Cohen and Park McArthur will begin work at 41 Grand Street as part of Recess’ signature program, Session. Session invites artists to use Recess’ public space as a studio, exhibition venue, or grounds for experimentation. For their Session entitled "September 27th – December 1st," Laris Cohen ...
"Gordon Parks: 100 Moments" celebrates a photographer who transformed the visual story of America with his ever-questioning lens, highlighting—in particular—the significance of Parks’s photographs from the early 1940s. "100 Moments" focuses on Parks’ photographic practice of documenting African Americans in Harlem.
Based on her "No Time to Fly" (2010), which marked Hay's return to solo performance, "As Holy Sites Go/duet" originally began as a trio and has been adapted as a duet for choreographers Jeanine Durning and Ros Warby.
"poem" and "Secret Mary" constitute the first two works of a multi-year, multi-venue project that will collapse three finished dances into a fourth culminating work in 2013. This series amplifies O’Connor’s affinity for developing distinctly unrelated strains of material and placing them into complex relational networks.