This is the first U.S. museum-retrospective exhibition ever devoted to Gutai, the most influential artists collective and artistic movement in postwar Japan and among the most important international avant-garde movements of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Over the past twenty years, Ugo Rondinone has produced a strikingly diverse body of work that encompasses multiple mediums, including sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, video, and curatorial projects.
The Museum of the City of New York will host a provocative and enlightening forum, "New York City’s Crime Decline in the Age of Stop & Frisk," to explore policing and crime-fighting challenges facing the city’s next mayor.
EtM's Con Edison Composer-in-Residence, Elizabeth Lim, will participate in a free program at Bloomingdale School of Music. The program will include a presentation of the film "Three Light Bulbs," for which Lim composed the score.
The fourth and final wife of lawman Wyatt Earp was the New York-born daughter of Prussian Jews. This new biography traces her path from aspiring actress to frontierswoman and longtime companion of the legendary gunslinger.
Join Bright Future International at "Beyond the Ballet"--a showcase to bring world renowned classical artists from American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Metropolitan Opera and well-respected classical musicians together with international rising stars of the arts, emceed by Karina Smirnoff of Dancing with the Stars.
Since it opened in 2005, the Cheonggyecheon River Project in Central Seoul has attracted millions of visitors annually and become a prominent aspect of the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s efforts to improve the quality of life for its citizens.
The Sylvan Winds present a free concert of Latin chamber music for winds and harp with harpist Kristi Shade, including works by Maderna, Mores, Piana, Casals, Pixinguinha, Piazzolla, Sierra, Nazareth, and Abreu.
Isabella Rossellini, daughter of Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini, will introduce the film directed by her father Roberto Rossellini and starring Ingrid Bergman at the 7:30 showing on Wednesday, May 1.
The Buddha said that everything is illusion. What did he mean by that? This sixth edition of Brainwave will enlist the aid of neuroscientists to help us understand how the perception of our world is shaped by the surprising adaptability of our brains.
Haiti Cultural Exchange | Haiti Film Fest 2013; May 9-12, will include the opening night celebration, an emerging filmmakers event and two full days of free films from contemporary Haitian filmmakers, films about Haiti’s Diaspora, as well as films from the beginning of Haiti’s presence on-screen. Ranging from seasoned directors ...