"On Purpose' will feature inspiring work from Brooklyn-based designers, architects, and visual artists working across disciplines on projects that address the environmental challenges of contemporary urban living.
Here She Comes, a collection of Sherman’s research in the form of photographs, videos, drawings performance, and remnants. These artifacts and new works resurface and continue conversations that began at the 1968 Miss America Beauty Pageant and the Women’s Liberation intervention that occurred during the ceremony.
In this taut psychological thriller, Larissa is a single mother who can barely meet the mortgage on her house in Mount Vernon, NY. When a bizarre incident involving her 4-year-old daughter forces her to face someone from her past, her own questionable actions come back to haunt her.
On the eve of U.S. national elections, Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz’s monumental installation "The Ozymandias Parade" (1985), stands as an opulent allegory of the abuse of political power. The work involves a poll, with just one simple question: Are you satisfied with your government?
"Bumbug The Musical", a new rock opera by Samrat Chakrabarti and Sanjiv Jhaveri, is an electrifying musical reinvention of "A Christmas Carol" told through the looking glass of NYC Immigrants and Hyphenated America.
A comic/subversive, neo-vaudeville version of "The Nutcracker," "Nut/Cracked" celebrates its 10th anniversary performance with a journey into innocence through sustained fantasy, incorporating an enterprising mix of tap, ballet, contemporary, disco and even toe tap.
"Soldier" tells the story of a German officer, Heinrich Weiss, who is trapped on the banks of the River Styx. Desperately searching for coins so that he and his men can secure passage across the waters, Heinrich will reveal his own personal history as well as the origins and facets ...
Masters at crafting alluring sonic landscapes from the most unlikely found objects, Brooklyn-based quartet S≈ç Percussion explores the idea of home with a bold experiment in collaborative art-making. Directed by three-time Obie Award winner Ain Gordon (Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell), Where (we) Live invites artistic colleagues working in ...