Daily Archives: May 14, 2013

  • Sound of Silent Film Festival

    Chicago’s highly popular Sound of Silent Film Festival will make its New York debut Friday evening, June 7. The festival will screen twelve silent films made mostly in the past few decades, accompanied by scores written expressly for them by noted contemporary composers.

  • Problem Solvers

    Join transit blogger Ben Kabak of Second Ave. Sagas in this continuing series of compelling one-on-one interviews with transit leaders, thinkers, innovators, and “problem solvers.” This time, Kabak sits down with Joseph Nugent, Interagency Liaison between the NYPD and NYCT, to discuss public security and safety as it relates to transit in our city.

  • What is Jack Goldstein?

    Jens Hoffmann, the Museum’s Deputy Director for Exhibitions and Public Programs, presents an in-depth look at the exhibition and discusses how Jack Goldstein emerged as one of the most significant artists of the Pictures Generation. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition, “Jack Goldstein × 10,000.”

  • Where is Jack Goldstein?

    Douglas Crimp, critic; Fanny Knapp Allen, Professor of Art History at the University of Rochester; and Jens Hoffmann discuss artist Jack Goldstein as a pioneer of conceptual art practices.