In a Baghdad influenced by the Arabian Nights, the Ballets Russes, Art Nouveau, and Fritz Lang, Doug Fairbanks’ “what I want, I take” thief, jumping effortlessly from earthenware jar to jar, wins princess Julanne Johnston by posing as a prince himself.
Enter horseless, dark-clad, blazingly blue-eyed Franco Nero dragging a coffin through the inches-thick mud of a crummy town, seemingly populated only by whores and a bartender — and fought over by bandidos and red-hooded clansmen. But what’s in that coffin?
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel (How I Learned to Drive) weaves a rich tapestry of a beleaguered and divided nation, war-weary and desperate for goodwill, on a blustery Christmas Eve in 1864.
Explore the first in-depth exhibition of the Henry Voigt Collection of American Menus. This three-part rotating exhibit illustrates not only what Americans ate in the 19th century but also the evolution of American culture. Part I, Early American Menus, features over 30 historic menus dating from 1841-1876. Menus on display ...
Fri, Nov 30, 2012, 6:00 pm - Sun, Dec 30, 2012, 6:00 pm
NOoSPHERE Arts, an artist‐run, nonprofit exhibition and performance venue on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is proud to present "Neverending Story" featuring visual artists Kari Steihaug and Tina Jonsbu.
The exhibition is structured in five thematic sections: "Daily News: From Banality to Disaster," "Portraiture: Celebrity and Power," "Queer Studies: Shifting Identities," "Consuming Images: Appropriation, Abstraction, and Seriality," and "No Boundaries: Business, Collaboration, and Spectacle."
Trolls presents a collection of Brian Froud’s paintings and sketches that bring new depth and dimension to the characters, landscapes and tales that inspired the 1982 classic film, "The Dark Crystal." Brian is an award-winning artist, author and concept designer, who also imagined and designed Jim Henson’s cult classic film ...
“Haunted” is the artist’s most ambitious body of work to date, and explores the evolution of her well-known "Misery Children," who convey our discomfort with the unknown, and address society’s insatiable desire for cuteness.
J.L. Abraham is an Australian New Yorker, a writer and a teacher as well as a printmaker. “More Than Wishes” is a series of multicolored linocuts made over the past two years. The verbal geometry of Gertrude Stein’s writings (produced by her repetition of words and phrases) is the foundation ...