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.
"Acts of Human Kindness" features recent works by artist Gina Lamb-Amato on display at Synchronicity Space Fine Arts in the West Village. This exhibition is the most recent development of Lamb-Amato's expressionist work.
The Red Hot series returns to BAM with an all-star tribute to the music of Cuba, birthplace of some of the world's most infectious sounds. Showcasing Cuba's diverse musical heritage‚Äîfrom son to rumba, mambo to timba‚Äîas well as its modern incarnations, Red Hot + Cuba features an exceptional group of ...
Klughaus Gallery is proud to present, "Keys To The City," a solo exhibition featuring recent works by Jurne. Striking a delicate balance between contemporary abstract design, calligraphy and traditional graffiti letterform, Jurne’s artwork is a seamless combination of timeless and modern.
Among the live spiders in this exhibition are the goliath bird eater, one of the largest spiders in the world, whose prey includes snakes, mice, and frogs; the western black widow, one of the few North American spiders truly harmful to people; and species from other arachnid orders.
This major new artwork has been created for New York City’s Columbus Circle by the Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi. The work places the 13-foot-tall statue of Columbus in the center of an American living room six stories above the city streets.