Philippe de Montebello pays a visit to the Hispanic Society of America, and then Christina Ha takes a look at the “Matisse: In Search of True Painting” exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
NYC-ARTS Full Episode: January 10, 2013
Christina Ha presents the latest arts news on location at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where we get a look at "Matisse: In Search of True Painting." Plus, a look at BAM's winter season, Parsons Dance at The Joyce, butterflies at the American Museum ...
Philippe de Montebello takes a trip uptown to the Hispanic Society of America, a museum and library dedicated to the celebration of Hispanic language, culture and history. The Sorolla Room houses magnificent murals by the 20th-century Spanish artist, Joaquin Sorolla.
The Wisteria Dining Room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a French Art Nouveau room created between 1910 and 1914, designed by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer, a French artist and decorator. It was a style characterized by the interest in nature and by asymmetry. Notice ...
This Week at Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet begins its winter reperatory season, starting with an all-Balanchine/Tschaikovsky program.
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