Arts news highlights: “Wiener Werkstätte 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty” at Neue Galerie; “Expedition: Fashion from the Extreme” at The Museum at FIT; Trisha Brown Dance Company at the Joyce; “Rodin at The Met” at The Met Fifth Avenue; “Rodin at the Brooklyn Museum: The Body in Bronze”; and Big Apple Circus returns at Lincoln Center.
On November 19, The Chamber Music Society will present the program titled “Flute Affair,” at Alice Tully Hall. Among the highlights are works by Bach, Mozart, and the New York premiere of John Luther Adams’s “there is no one, not even the wind,” which was inspired by the composer’s experience of the space, solitude and stillness of life in the desert.
Paula Zahn in conversation with Julie Taymor, one of the most visionary artists in contemporary theater and film, whose remarkable career reflects her accomplishments not only as an acclaimed director, but also as a designer and a writer.
Paula Zahn in conversation with Julie Taymor, one of the most visionary artists in contemporary theater and film. And a visit to the Neue Galerie New York, which is devoted to early 20th century German and Austrian art and design.