El Anatsui, the celebrated contemporary artist based in Nigeria, is known for his monumental wall tapestries, which are intricately composed of metallic bottle caps culled from discarded Nigerian liquor bottles and woven together with copper wire.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Professional Women Photographers is pleased to announce a show that celebrates women. The works reflect and commemorate a woman's point of view, her life, experience, relationships, achievements, struggles, dreams, body, etc.
brooklynSat, Apr 13, 2013, 8:00 am - Tue, Apr 30, 2013, 8:00 am
How far is too far in love and art? Pissing on a museum sculpture to make a statement? Mutilating yourself, or your lover, as performance art? Two girlfriends test their boundaries in a modern retelling of the tortured relationship of van Gogh and Gaugin. Set in 2015-2018 in New York, ...
A grand operetta in the truest sense, Song of Norway merges Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg's great classics with the pizzazz of a Broadway musical. The Collegiate Chorale will give Robert Wright and George Forrest's 1944 classic a fresh and festive presentation at Carnegie Hall, featuring Broadway talents.
Based on the book of the same title by Jaap Polak and Ina Soep Polak, "Steal a Pencil For Me," a new opera with music by Gerald Cohen and libretto by Deborah Brevoort, will have its premiere in Scarsdale and New York City in late April, 2013.
Ricky Jay is a world-renowned magician, historian, collector of antiquarian books and artifacts, and actor (often a mischievous presence in the films of David Mamet and Paul Thomas Anderson) — and a performer who regularly provokes astonishment from even the most jaded audiences. "Deceptive Practice" traces Jay’s achievements and influences, ...
ManhattanTue, Apr 30, 2013, 11:30 pm - Wed, May 01, 2013, 2:00 am
Host, Ariana Reines, and special guest, filmmaker and author, Irv Broughton present a rare screening of the 1974 film, "It Wasn’t a Dream, It Was a Flood." The film, a dream-like documentary about poet Frank Stanford, won the NW Film and Video Festival in 1975.