"Sharon Lockhart | Noa Eshkol" is conceived by Lockhart as a two-person exhibition, with Lockhart's work in dialogue with Eshkol's. The exhibition includes a film installation, a series of photographs, a selection of wall carpets and materials from Eshkol's archive.
Ori Gersht makes videos and photographs on borders, thresholds and transitions in time and place. In "Dew," he slowly reveals the landscape of the Negev Desert. "Neither Black nor White" was filmed from the Jewish quarter of Nazareth half a second, every 30 minutes, for 10 hours, to show city ...
"Katie Roche" is the story of a fiery young servant girl of uncertain parentage living a quiet life in rural Ireland, while harboring dreams of grandeur. Katie aspires to sainthood but has a devilish temper which may be her undoing.
Following its record-breaking premiere season at Lincoln Center in 2012, the Paul Taylor Dance Company returns for three weeks with a repertoire of 21 dances, including the premiere of "To Make Crops Grow."
In this riveting psychological drama, a high school vice principal and a Middle Eastern-born transfer student engage in a politically and emotionally charged game of cat and mouse, with dangerous consequences.
Ailey II is renowned for merging the passion of the country’s best young dance talent with the creative vision of today’s outstanding emerging choreographers. Catch the company in action during their New York City season as they perform a diverse repertoire of exhilarating works.
Singer and Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel performs in the tradition of Thelonious Monk and Wayne Shorter. What has distinguished Kurt more than anything is his one-of-a-kind compositional voice – full of mystery and power.
Chef and painter Henri Lorenzi will have a solo exhibition of oil-based paintings at the Artifact in New York City. The exhibit will show the way he sees nature and how it draws together the powers of observation - together they reconstruct the world through the creative action of his ...
Driven by the notion that what was traditional in 429 BCE is radical today, The Faux-Real Theatre Company performs "Oedipus" exactly as Sophocles intended… sort of. Utilizing bouzoukis, drums, platform shoes, an ecstatic chorus, and an all-male cast, Faux-Real reincarnates the revelations of the ancients.
This spring, the company returns to The Joyce with the premiere of Artistic Director Jelon Vieira's "Fé do Sertão," a reflection on the faith, trust and solid convictions of the people of Northeastern Brazil.
The White Piece, from Ireland, is a vital, fluent dance that admits no boundaries – part documentary, part poetry, with 14 dancers, backgrounds ranging from Merce Cunningham Dance Company to African Torture Survivors.