"The Season in Review" summarizes LYNCH THAM's inaugural exhibitions with multimedia works by the following artists: Tiong Ang, Carolina Raquel Antich, Leonard Bullock, Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Holger Eckstein, Margaret Evangeline, Roland Flexner, Quisqueya Henriquez, Greg Kwiatek, Ralph Provisero, and wowe.
The best of Broadway will be presented free on six consecutive Thursdays this summer in Bryant Park. The 13th annual presentation of open-air, On- and Off- Broadway lunch hour performances runs through August 15.
Art imitates life. With the bones of King Richard III having been found beneath an English parking lot, New York's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, a project of The Drillling Company, will present "Richard III," directed by Artistic Director Hamilton Clancy. Clancy says, "We have known for a long time ...
Modernism was not the first movement to cast a shadow on ornament and adornment, though it was the most effective one. This exhibition contrasts austere works of art with ornate ones, encouraging viewers to examine their own responses and to consider them in the light of different stylistic imperatives of ...
The first solo exhibition in a New York museum by the globally renowned contemporary artist El Anatsui, this show will feature over 30 works in metal and wood that transform appropriated objects into site-specific sculptures.
This exhibition marks the first survey of drawings by Ken Price, an artist best known for his sculptural work. A selection of 65 works on paper will track Price’s pursuit of drawing over 50 years and will demonstrate a wide range of characters and techniques.
"Ghetto Babylon" takes place in 1982 – South Bronx. Puerto Rican and proud Charlie Rosa embarks on a summer of baseball, bullies, boarding school and…gulp, gulp…girls. When Charlie receives a letter, some big secrets, little lies and humongous pressure enter his life. Suddenly, it’s hard just being fourteen.