all at once

all at once
Choreography by Pam Tanowitz

Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s top events include Xu Bing’s One, Paul Taylor American Modern Dance 2019, A Hitchcock Halloween Party and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Friday and follow @NYC_ARTS on Instagram or @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.






    Paul Taylor American Modern Dance 2019

    Paul Taylor American Modern Dance 2019

    David H. Koch Theater

    Manhattan

    Tue, Oct 29, 2019 - Sun, Nov 17, 2019

    Paul Taylor American Modern Dance (PTAMD) is proud to present the Lincoln Center Premieres of works by Guest Resident Choreographers Margie Gillis and Pam Tanowitz. See Gillis’s "Rewilding" on November 1, 7 and 13, and Tanowitz’s "all at once" on November 6, 15 and 17. Other season highlights include 19 Taylor masterworks and a world premiere by Kyle Abraham. Choreographer Pam Tanowitz's "all at once" was commissioned by Mr. Taylor and set to Bach, this "teasing, good-natured piece suggests a Taylor dance gone ...

    One: Xu Bing

    One: Xu Bing

    Brooklyn Museum

    Brooklyn

    Fri, Oct 25, 2019 - Sun, Apr 26, 2020

    The installation titled “One: Xu Bing” features a new acquisition, “Square Word Calligraphy: Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, Walt Whitman” (2018), which celebrates the famous American poet’s ties to the Brooklyn Museum, as well as the 200th anniversary of his birth. Xu Bing, widely regarded as one of China’s most important living artists, created this work specifically for the Brooklyn Museum using “square word calligraphy,” a conceptual method of writing English words stylized as Chinese characters that Xu ...

    A HITCHCOCK HALLOWEEN PARTY

    A HITCHCOCK HALLOWEEN PARTY

    The McKittrick Hotel

    Manhattan

    Fri, Oct 25, 2019 - Thu, Oct 31, 2019

    The McKittrick Hotel, home of “Sleep No More,” will present “A Hitchcock Halloween Party,” inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Age and by the atmosphere created by iconic filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. The hotel will open its doors for three late-night dance parties that will feature the glitz and glamour of a movie premiere, as well as dazzling theatrics that will activate the entire hotel, transforming it into a cinema-scape filled with surreal surprises and costumed revelry. Show-stopping ...

    BLACKOUT

    BLACKOUT

    Manhattan

    Thu, Oct 24, 2019 - Sun, Nov 03, 2019

    A decade after revolutionizing the haunted house industry, "BLACKOUT" returns to New York City for a not-to-be-missed 10th Anniversary production. Hailed as pioneers of the immersive movement, original creators Josh Randalland and Kristjan Thorwill bring the new production of the critically acclaimed interactive horror show to midtown. Declared “the scariest haunted house you’ll ever enter” by Maxim magazine, "BLACKOUT" is an interactive performance art piece designed for adults 18 and over to walk through completely alone. ...

    Piotr Uklański: Ottomania

    Piotr Uklański: Ottomania

    Luxembourg & Dayan New York

    Manhattan

    Thu, Sep 19, 2019 - Sat, Nov 16, 2019

    This exhibition presents works from Uklański's new series of large-scale paintings inspired by the complex Orientalist heritage of Poland, his country of origin. Uklański’s lushly rendered re-interpretations of historical portraits find the Warsaw-born, New York-based artist expanding his longstanding engagement with questions of nationalist ideologies, representations of masculinity, and personal identity while redressing contemporary suppression of Eastern Europe’s deep and felicitous connections to the Middle East. Sifting through centuries of obscure art historical source imagery, ...

Paul Taylor American Modern Dance 2019

Lincoln Center Plaza

New York N.Y. 10023

2128705500

Paul Taylor American Modern Dance (PTAMD) is proud to present the Lincoln Center Premieres of works by Guest Resident Choreographers Margie Gillis and Pam Tanowitz. See Gillis’s "Rewilding" on November 1, 7 and 13, and Tanowitz’s "all at once" on November 6, 15 and 17. Other season highlights include 19 Taylor masterworks and a world ...

Piotr Uklański: Ottomania

64 East 77th Street

new york NY 10075

2124524646

This exhibition presents works from Uklański's new series of large-scale paintings inspired by the complex Orientalist heritage of Poland, his country of origin. Uklański’s lushly rendered re-interpretations of historical portraits find the Warsaw-born, New York-based artist expanding his longstanding engagement with questions of nationalist ideologies, representations of masculinity, and personal ...