Performing Histories are “Live” responses to the contexts of three exhibitions, highlighting various artistic methods of engaging with history: Performing Histories 1 & 2, Inventing Abstraction 1910-1925, and Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde.
A therapist, new in town, believes in being genuine and caring; in loving her patients back to health. Many clients fall in love with their therapists... but what happens if those feelings are reciprocated? One young therapist gets caught in her own web when a client turns the tables on ...
Don Giovanni is LoftOpera's premier performance. The LoftOpera team is a group of young creatives. We’re the people that are constantly striving to make great art, no matter the budget, no matter the pitfalls. Here are a couple of names from a much longer list of hardworking people.
Season 1 Episode 0 is inspired by the reality and unreality of contemporary TV—from the made-up world of characters and storylines; to the digital manipulation of locations and visual effects; to the myriad platforms existing today for production, delivery, and global consumption.
Our heroine has finally gotten her act together, or so she thought. When she ends up on the romantic trip of a lifetime in Bali with the woman of her dreams, she is on the verge of having everything she wants…and also on the verge of destroying it all.
Eyebeam presents video_dumbo's eighth annual festival and exhibition of contemporary moving image artwork, curated by Caspar Stracke and Gabriela Monroy. On view from May 16 - 25, video_dumbo will include 14 video screening programs, alongside eight installation works under the title "Re-Return to Sender."
This exhibition presents drawings and photographs of women by four self-taught artists from the 1940s through the late 20th century, two male, two female. Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Paul D. Humphrey, Nellie Mae Rowe, and Inez Nathaniel Walker offer four very different approaches that raise questions of intent, portrayal, and self-identity:
Organized by the Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, this exhibition includes more than 40 oil paintings spanning William Matthew Prior’s career from 1824 to 1856. Through his pragmatic marketing strategy, Prior was able to document the faces of middle-class Americans throughout his lifetime, making art accessible to a previously ...
"NYC 1993” looks at art made and exhibited in New York over the course of one year, providing a synchronic panorama in which established artists and emerging figures of the time are presented alongside the work of authors whose influence has since faded from the discussion.
The exhibition examines the complex place of the Bible in the life and art of African Americans, with particular emphasis on how biblical traditions were used by artists of African descent to help cope with the life that was imposed on them in the Americas.