Jean-Pierre Melville’s final work features minimalistically iconic performances from the star trio: a never more jadedly detached Alain Delon; a never more chillingly icy Catherine Deneuve; and a surprisingly effective, smilingly insinuating Richard Crenna; with two trademark heists and a nerve-shredding, timed-to-the-second drug snatch done via helicopter-to-train transfer.
Riitta Ikonen and collaborator Karoline Hjorth will behing a new chapter in their series Eyes as Big as Plates as part of Recess's signature program, Session. Over the course of their Session, Ikonen and Hjorth will create costumes, settings, and performance programs for senior residents of New York who show ...
Our favorite underground dwellers are back after hibernating all winter! Each week we’ll read stories and create a craft inspired by animals that make tunnels and travel under our feet – just like the subway! For ages 5 and younger.
"Forty-Seven Easy Poundcakes Like grandma Use to Make" is a series of 47 digital drawings by artist Nyeema Morgan. The drawings are amalgamations of 47 variable "easy poundcake" recipes gathered from the results of online Google searches, and including the artist's grandmother's recipe.
Interzone brings together three diverse artists, Øystein Aasan, Mark Dutcher and David McDonald, who reinvent Modernist tropes, such as the grid, to create work embedded with personal pathos and autobiographical elements.
In "I Am An Opera," the award-winning artist Joseph Keckler — whose work spans theater, performance art and music, and has garnered acclaim in the worlds of the performing and visual arts — envisions the classical art form as being in-between and ghost-like.