Ostensibly the story of an upscale, urban family whose move to the Mexican countryside results in domestic crises and class friction, this film is a stunningly photographed, impressionistic psychological portrait of a family and their place within the sublime, unforgiving natural world.
2Fik's new project will feature photographic recreations of classic paintings. He has recreated the environments and photographed them, using himself as the sole impersonator for all of the subjects. 2Fik purposefully selected paintings that are primarily well-known in Europe.
This project involves a fictitious boy and his fascination with battle, with nature’s quest for the domination of the biggest and the best, and show the sensitivities of a young mind exploring the world inside his own head.
Sat, Feb 16, 2013, 1:00 pm - Sat, May 18, 2013, 2:00 pm
Scandinavia holds a treasure trove of children’s songs and games. Danish musician Vibe Normann will introduce children to English versions of these songs, play musical games, and perform a selection of songs in modern, jazzy arrangements. Come prepared to move, dance, imagine, and sing your heart out!
SOHO20 Gallery presents "This is Repetitive/But Nothing has changed," Suzanne Stroebe’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition includes a collection of recent sculptures and drawings created after her return from New York to her childhood home in northern California in 2012.
When a daughter comes home to care for her aging mother, memory is only one land mine in this contemporary new musical. Transport Group Theatre Company brings you the New York premiere of "The Memory Show."
"Audubon’s Aviary: Part I of the Complete Flock" will open with a fascinating look at the self-taught Audubon’s development of his innovative signature depictions and experimental media. To elucidate this early chapter in his life, New-York Historical will supplement its own rich holdings (dating from 1808) by borrowing a selection ...
Revered in his own time as a "monarch" of painting, Piero della Francesca (1411/13–1492) is acknowledged today as a founding figure of the Italian Renaissance. The Frick Collection presents the first monographic exhibition in the United States dedicated to the artist.