"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.
In the spring, New York City Ballet celebrates its affair with American music, a passion first shared by founding choreographers Balanchine and Robbins and continued by ballet master in chief Peter Martins. With 18 composers, these three weeks will be a festival of American music like no other.
Norte Maar presents "Julie Lemberger: two decades of documenting dance," an exhibition of over 80 photographs from the photographer’s personal archive chronicling 20 years of Lemberger’s interaction and engagement with the New York dance and performance world.
The Weimar Republic was Germany’s first democracy and a time of unprecedented artistic and sexual freedom. In "I'm a Stranger Here Myself," multi-award winning entertainer Mark Nadler – guided by noted director David Schweizer – explores the Weimar Republic by delving deep into the songs of the time.
Artists in the Kitchen hosts its 5th Annual Artists Studio Tours Festival in New York City's Hells Kitchen Friday-Sunday from 12--6 pm. Visit local artists in their studios and see dance, music and theater presented within the artists studios and at local venues. Evening parties run Friday-Sunday from 6 ...
Hannah has it all. Well, sort of: A caring husband in control of his panic attacks, a free-spirited sister with a penchant for accidental crime, an exciting career fraught with moral dilemmas, and a drunken house plant.