A performance by violinist Bella Hristova, one of the 2013 Avery Fisher Career Grant winners . An interview with curator Anne Umland about “Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926-1938 ” on view at The Museum of Modern Art. Christina Ha presents the news from The International Center of Photography.

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MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER THE AGNES VARIS TRUST, SUPPORTING AFFORDABLE ACCESS T THE ARTS, EDUCATION AND HEALTH CARE JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD.

ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN.

MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ART FOUNDATION AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM TH NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT O CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHI WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

'NYC-ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

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IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

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> GOOD EVENING I'M PHILIPPE de MONTEBELLO A THE BARD GRADUATE CENTER GALLERY ON WEST 86th STREET.

AND I'M PAULA ZAHN AT THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS AT LINCOL CENTER GOOD EVENING AND WELCOME T 'NYC-ARTS.

AS ALWAYS, IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO BRING SOME OF THE MOST EXCITIN EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES O ALL KINDS INTO YOUR HOME TONIGHT WE HAVE A VERY ENTERTAINING MIX OF ART AN CULTURE.

WE'LL SHARE THE WITTY AND ICONIC IMAGERY OF A MASTER PAINTER OF THE EARLY 20th CENTURY, AN WE'LL PRESENT A NEW GENERATION OF OUTSTANDING MUSICIANS LATER ON IN OUR PROGRAM, WE'LL TRAVEL TO THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART FOR A LOOK AT THE WORK O RENE MAGRITTE.

THIS BELGIAN PAINTER CREATED SOME OF THE 20th CENTURY'S MOS EXTRAORDINARY IMAGES 'MAGRITTE: THE MYSTERY OF TH ORDINARY, 1926-1938' IS TH FIRST EXHIBITION TO FOCU EXCLUSIVELY ON THE BREAKTHROUG YEARS IN WHICH THE ARTIS EMBRACED SURREALISM.

MAGRITTE CHALLENGES OU PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS OF REALITY.

HE PLACES ORDINARY OBJECTS IN AN UNUSUAL CONTEXT, GIVING NE MEANING TO FAMILIAR THINGS THE VARIED SELECTION OF WORKS ON VIEW INCLUDES SOME 80 PAINTINGS, COLLAGES AND OBJECTS THEY OFFER FRESH INSIGHT INT RENE MAGRITTE'S IDENTITY AS MODERN PAINTER AND SURREALIS ARTIST BUT FIRST WE'LL MEET ONE O THOSE REMARKABLE YOUNG MUSICAL TALENTS WHO SEEM TO BE IN GREA ABUNDANCE HERE IN NEW YORK CITY, SOME FROM ABROAD AND SOME NATIVE NEW YORKERS.

'NYC-ARTS' HAD UNIQUE ACCESS T AN AWARDS CEREMONY JUST DOWN THE STREET FROM OUR STUDIOS AT LINCOLN CENTER SEVERAL MUSICIANS WERE HONORED AND IF PAST WINNERS ARE AN INDICATION, WE WILL CERTAINLY BE HEARING MORE FROM THESE YOUN PEOPLE IN THE YEARS TO COME.

> THE 2013 AVERY FISHER CAREER GRANTS WERE ANNOUNCED THIS PAS MAY AT THE KAPLAN PENTHOUSE IN LINCOLN CENTER HONORED WERE THE ESCHER STRING QUARTET, PIANISTS ANDREW TYSON AND KUOK-WAI LIO, AND VIOLINISTS ITAMAR ZORMAN AN BELLA HRISTOVA ESTABLISHED IN 1976 BY AVERY FISHER, A LIFELONG BENEFACTOR OF CLASSICAL MUSIC, THE GIVEN PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANC AND RECOGNITION TO MORE THAN 125 TALENTED YOUNG INSTRUMENTALISTS PAST GRANTS HAVE NOURISHED THE EARLY CAREERS OF INSTRUMENTALISTS LIK EDGAR MEYER, JOSHUA BELL AND SARAH CHANG.

TODAY ADMINISTERED BY LINCOL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS THE AVERY FISHER CAREER GRANTS OF $25,000 ARE STILL GIVEN T YOUNG ARTISTS WHO NEITHER APPL FOR, NOR EVEN HAVE ANY IDEA THAT THEY ARE UNDER CONSIDERATION AT THE PRESENTATION CEREMONY HONOREE BELLA HRISTOVA PERFORMED.

RECENTLY, 'THE WASHINGTON POST COMMENDED THE VIOLINIST FOR HE 'PASSION AND COMMANDING STAG PRESENCE' AS WELL AS HER 'TENDERNESS AND FERVEN VIRTUOSITY.'

IT'S SUCH A BIG HONOR FOR M TO BE RECEIVING THIS AWARD I HAVE KNOWN SO MANY MUSICIANS THAT HAVE HAD IT OVER THE YEARS, AND SOME OF MY TEACHERS HAVE I AND THE PEOPLE I LOOK UP TO.

IN A WAY, IT'S VALIDATION FOR ME THAT ALL MY HARD WORK IS PAYIN OFF.

♪♪ ♪♪ JOHN CORIGLIANO'S RED VIOLIN CAPRICES REALLY SPEAKS TO ME AND IT FITS MY TECHNIQUE WELL.

AND I'VE REALLY BEEN DRAWN T IT I SAW THE MOVIE 'THE RED VIOLIN' MANY YEARS AGO, AND I'VE ALWAY LOVED THE SOUNDTRACK SO WHEN I SAW THE MUSIC, I REALLY WANTED TO LEARN IT.

THE MOVIE 'THE RED VIOLIN' I ABOUT A FICTIONAL VIOLINMAKE FROM ITALY WHO LOSES HIS WIFE IN CHILDBIRTH AND IN HIS GRIEF, H ACTUALLY MIXES HER BLOOD INT THE VARNISH OF THIS VIOLIN THA HE'S MAKING, CALLED THE RE VIOLIN, AND THE MOVIE IS ABOUT THE VIOLIN'S TRAVEL THROUGHOUT THE AGES, YOU KNOW IT ENDS UP IN ALL SORTS OF DIFFERENT PLACES THERE'S THE THEME, WHICH I ANNA'S THEME, THAT'S THE NAME OF HIS WIFE AND THEN THERE IS FIV DIFFERENT CAPRICES, AND TH FIRST ONE DEPICTS A YOUN PRODIGY THAT'S PLAYING FASTE AND FASTER HE'S ACTUALLY MADE TO GO FASTE AND FASTER UNTIL HE JUST CAN'T GO ANY FASTER.

THE SECOND VARIATION DEPICTS WHEN THE VIOLIN IS IN TH GYPSY'S HAND, SO YOU HEAR SOME MIXED RHYTHMS SOME GYPSY INFLUENCES ♪♪ THEN THE NEXT VARIATION IS SOR OF A LAMENT FOR ANNA AGAIN IT'S VERY SAD.

♪♪ AND THEN THE NEXT ONE IS SORT OF A TRANSITION INTO THE FINAL -- JUST VERY -- INTO THE FINA VARIATION, WHICH IS VERY EXCITING BIG HIGH NOTE ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ APPLAUSE ] THE FINAL PIECE I'LL PLAY ON THE PROGRAM IS FROM GERSHWIN'S OPERA 'PORGY AND BESS.

IT'S THE SONG 'IT AIN' NECESSARILY SO,' AND IT' ARRANGED BY HEIFETZ.

♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ APPLAUSE ]

> HELLO, I'M RAFAEL PI ROMAN AND WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

YOU KNOW, ALL YEAR ROUND NEW YORKERS AND GUESTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD VISIT THIS CULTURA MECCA FOR ITS THEATERS OVERFLOWING WITH THE BEST IN MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, DRAMA AND FILM THIS WEEK AT LINCOLN CENTER, THE CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY PRESENTS 'THE VIRTUOSO CLARINETIST, FEATURING DAVID SHIFRIN.

THE MASTER CLARINETIST IS JOINED FOR THIS ONE-NIGHT-ONLY EVENT BY MEZZO-SOPRANO SASHA COOKE, THE OPUS ONE PIANO QUARTET AND CLARINETISTS CHAD BURROW ROMIE DE GUISE-LANGLOIS, ASHLEY WILLIAM SMITH, AN WAI LAU.

THE CONCERT INCLUDES THE NEW YORK PREMIERES OF LOWELL LIEBERMANN'S 'FOUR SEASONS' AN CHRISTOPHER THEOFANIDIS'S 'QUASI UNA FANTASIA.'

'THE VIRTUOSO CLARINETIST' COMES TO ALICE TULLY HALL ON NOVEMBER 19th.

FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT CHAMBERMUSICSOCIETY.ORG.

AND FOR EVEN MORE INFORMATIO ABOUT EVENTS AT LINCOLN CENTER YOU CAN VISIT THEI WEBSITE AT LINCOLNCENTER.ORG

> NEXT, A VISIT TO THE MUSEU OF MODERN ART ON WES 53rd STREET.

CURATOR ANN UMLAND IS OUR GUIDE FOR A TOUR OF THE EXHIBITION 'MAGRITTE: TH MYSTERY OF THE ORDINARY, 1926-1938.

THE SHOW IS ON VIEW THROUG JANUARY 12th, 2014 ♪♪ ♪♪

> THIS IS THE FIRST MAJO MUSEUM EXHIBITION OF MAGRITTE' WORK IN NEW YORK CITY TO BE HELD IN OVER A GENERATION AND IT IS THE VERY, VERY FIRST EVER TO LOOK AT HOW AND WHEN DID MAGRITTE BECOME MAGRITTE THE TITLE OF THE EXHIBITION, 'MAGRITTE: THE MYSTERY OF TH ORDINARY, 1926-1938,' BEGAN WITH A PHRASE THAT MAGRITTE'S CLOSE FRIEND AND CONTEMPORARY, BELGIAN SURREALIST PAUL NOUGE, SAI ABOUT MAGRITTE'S WORK IN 1931.

TO LOOK AT MAGRITTE'S PAINTING AND TO TURN AWAY FROM THEM AGAIN AND TO CONFRONT THE WORLD ITSELF WAS TO FIND THAT REALITY HAD BEEN ALTERED THERE ARE NO LONGER ANY ORDINARY THINGS MAGRITTE SOUGHT TO REVEAL TH MYSTERY THAT HE BELIEVED TO BE LATENT IN EVERY OBJECT AND SO WE ENDED UP PUTTING THOSE TWO WORDS TOGETHER, MYSTERY AN ORDINARY, BECAUSE I THINK WITH MAGRITTE -- HE'S ALWAYS CREATING WORKS THAT GO BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THINGS THAT ARE SO RECOGNIZABLE AND NAMABLE, AN YET, HE MAKES THEM DEEPL MYSTERIOUS MAGRITTE HAS A RATHER UNIQUE BACKGROUND IN THAT HE TRAINE BOTH IN A FINE ARTS ACADEMY AN AS A COMMERCIAL ARTIST I THINK THAT THE KIND OF BOLD, GRAPHIC, LEGIBLE, IDENTIFIABLE CLARITY THAT HE ACHIEVES IN HI PAINTING SURELY IS INFORMED BY A COMMERCIAL BACKGROUND.

FOR ME, THE BEAUTY OF DOING SHOW THAT IS A SLICE LIKE THIS THAT'S THIS SORT OF INTENSEL INNOVATIVE 13-YEAR PERIOD IS THAT YOU GET TO GO IN DEPTH.

THE EXHIBITION IN ITS MOST BASIC IS CHRONOLOGICAL 'THE LOST JOCKEY' IS ONE OF WHOLE GROUP OF COLLAGES THAT MAGRITTE MADE IN 1926 AND 1927 IT COMBINES A NUMBER O MAGRITTE'S EARLY TECHNIQUES AN IMAGES AND TYPES OF MATERIALS.

SO THERE ARE THESE STRANGE FORMS THAT LOOK A LITTLE BIT LIK CHESS PIECES THAT MAGRITTE CALLED BILBOQUET AND IN ENGLISH, THE WORD BILBOQUET REFERS TO A CHILD' CUP-AND-BALL TOY THERE'S ALSO IN THIS PICTURE THE IDEA OF THE STAGE.

THE CURTAINS OPEN ON EITHE SIDE HE'S TELLING US THIS IS SOME MAGICAL SURREAL PLACE.

THE CENTRAL ELEMENT IS THI CHARCOAL-DRAWN FIGURE OF A HORSE AND JOCKEY AND MAGRITTE'S FRIENDS AT THAT MOMENT IDENTIFIED THAT FIGUR WITH THE ARTIST HIMSELF, SORT OF GALLOPING OFF INTO THE UNKNOWN OF THE AVANT-GARDE SURREALISM WAS A MOVEMENT THAT WAS FOUNDED BY A PARIS POE NAMED ANDRE BRETON IN 1924 AND AT ITS ESSENCE, IT ASKED PEOPLE TO TAKE NOTHING FOR GRANTED.

AND I THINK THAT THAT WHOLE IDEA OF BEHIND ORDINARY EVERY DAY APPEARANCES THERE IS ALWAY ANOTHER REALITY OR SURREALITY IS JUST KEY TO UNDERSTANDIN MAGRITTE'S LARGER PROJECT OF DEFAMILIARIZING THE FAMILIAR O HELPING US TO LOOK AT THE WORL AROUND US WITH FRESH EYES.

'THE TREACHERY OF IMAGES' IS PROBABLY MAGRITTE'S MOST DIREC INTERROGATION OF WHAT IT MEANS TO MAKE A PICTURE AND WHAT THE ACT OF REPRESENTATION ENTAILS.

HE PRESENTS YOU WITH THI ABSOLUTELY LEGIBLE IMAGE OF PIPE AND THEN UNDERNEATH IT, IN SOR OF SCHOOL-BOY OR GIRL SCRIPT WRITES, 'CECI N'EST PAS UN PIPE' -- 'THIS IS NOT A PIPE.'

AND THAT IMMEDIATELY SORT OF THROWS EVERYTHING UP INT QUESTION NEITHER WORDS NOR PICTURES ARE EVER THE SAME AS THE THING THEMSELVES THEY ARE JUST CONVENTIONS.

THERE ARE A NUMBER OF WORKS IN THE SHOW THAT HAVE NEVER BEE SEEN IN THE UNITED STATE BEFORE AMONG THEM, FOR INSTANCE, 'NOT TO BE REPRODUCED,' THI ANTI-PORTRAIT FROM 1937 OF MAGRITTE'S GREAT PATRON, THE ECCENTRIC BRITISH COLLECTO EDWARD JAMES ALL THE DIFFERENT THEMES THA YOU SEE THROUGHOUT THE SHOW -- THE DOUBLING AND REPETITION AN MIRRORING AND CONCEALMENT, I THINK ARE SO BEAUTIFULLY ENCAPSULATED IN THIS PORTRAIT.

AND JUST TO KEEP THINGS FROM BEING TOO OBVIOUS, THE BOOK BY EDGAR ALLEN POE, WHO WAS ONE O MAGRITTE'S FAVORITE AUTHORS, I REFLECTED IN THE CONVENTIONA WAY IN THE MIRROR.

SO RIGHT AWAY YOU HAVE THESE TWO CONTRADICTORY SYSTEMS AND TH MORE YOU LOOK THE MORE YOU SEE THESE THINGS THAT DON'T ADD UP SO PLEASE COME SEE THE SHOW.

IT'S ON VIEW AT THE MUSEUM O MODERN ART THROUGH JANUARY 12th.

AND SEE IF MAGRITTE'S PICTURES HAVE DONE THE JOB THEY INTENDED.

WHEN YOU LEAVE, YOU'LL NEVER LOOK AT ORDINARY THINGS QUIT THE SAME WAY AGAIN

> GOOD EVENING I'M CHRISTINA HA WITH TONIGHT' 'NYC-ARTS' NEWS.

WE'RE HERE AT THE INTERNATIONA CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN MIDTOWN MANHATTAN.

A MUSEUM, SCHOOL AND RESEARC CENTER, ICP PRESENTS SOME OF THE GREATEST PHOTOGRAPHERS OF TH PAST AND THE PRESENT WHILE ALS EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION.

CURRENTLY ON VIEW ARE WORKS BY LEWIS HINE FROM THE GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE INTERNATIONA MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILM WHICH HOLDS THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE ARCHIVE OF HINE' WORK LEWIS HINE WAS A PIONEER O SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY AND AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL HIS WORKS RANGE FROM EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF IMMIGRANTS AT ELLIS ISLAND TO HIS ICONIC IMAGES OF WORKING MEN AND TH CONSTRUCTION OF THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING ALSO INCLUDED ARE LEWIS HINE'S NEW DEAL PHOTOGRAPHS FROM TH ICP ARCHIVES THAT DOCUMENT THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE I TRANSITION ALSO ON VIEW IS 'ZOE STRAUSS 10 YEARS,' THE FIRST MAJOR MUSEUM PRESENTATION OF THI PHILADELPHIA NATIVE'S WORK THE EXHIBITION INCLUDE PORTRAITS OF PEOPLE AND PLACES FROM HER HOMETOWN AND BEYOND CONTEMPORARY PHOTOS OF ECONOMI STRUGGLES AND HARDSCRABBLE LIVES.

THEY PRESENT WHAT TH PHOTOGRAPHER HAS CALLED 'AN EPIC NARRATIVE ABOUT THE BEAUTY AND STRUGGLE OF EVERYDAY LIFE.

> BRYCE DESSNER IS PROBABL BEST KNOWN AS A CO-FOUNDER O THE INDIE ROCK BAND TH NATIONAL DESSNER PLAYS GUITAR FOR THE GROUP, BUT THE ECLECTIC COMPOSER IS PICKING UP AN ENTIRELY NE INSTRUMENT FOR HIS LATEST WORK DESSNER TEAMS UP WITH SO PERCUSSION, COMPOSING 'MUSIC FOR WOODS AND STRINGS' ON SPECIALLY BUILT QUARTET OF AMPLIFIED, DULCIMER-LIKE INSTRUMENTS.

THE WORK WILL BE PREMIERED A CARNEGIE HALL THIS WEEK.

> ALSO ON THE BILL IS DAVI LANG'S 'THE SO CALLED LAWS O NATURE,' A DEMANDING WORK FIRS PREMIERED BY THIS AMERICAN PERCUSSION QUARTET IN 2002

> THE ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY BRINGS TERENCE RATTIGAN'S CLASSIC 'THE WINSLO BOY' BACK TO BROADWAY FOR TH FIRST TIME IN OVER 60 YEARS.

LINDSAY POSNER DIRECTS THI CAPTIVATING NEW PRODUCTION FIRST SEEN AT THE OLD VIC IN LONDON.

IT FEATURES MICHAEL CUMPSTY, MARY ELIZABETH MASTRANTONIO, ALESSANDRO NIVOLA AND ROGE REES THE ACTION CENTERS AROUND YOUN RONNIE WINSLOW WHO IS ACCUSED OF STEALING AND HIS ADAMANT DENIA OF THE CHARGE.

I SUGGEST THAT THE TIME HAS AT LAST COME FOR YOU TO UNDO SOME OF THE MISERY YOU HAV CAUSED BY CONFESSING TO US ALL NOW THAT YOU ARE A FORGER, A LIAR AND A THIEF

I'M NOT, I'M NOT, I'M NOT I DIDN'T DO IT

BUT THE PLAY'S LARGER DRAMA COMES FROM THE PRICE THE ENTIR FAMILY PAYS FOR THEIR DEFENSE OF THE YOUNG BOY.

> THIS WEEK, THE QUEENS MUSEUM CELEBRATES A GRAND REOPENING WITH AN EXPANDED SPACE THA DOUBLES ITS SIZE DESIGNED BY GRIMSHAW, TH EXPANSION GIVES THE MUSEUM A NEW PUBLIC FACE, A SUITE OF NE GALLERIES AND ARTIST STUDIOS AND FLEXIBLE EVENT SPACES.

THE INAUGURAL EXHIBITION LINEU INCLUDES 'THE PEOPLE'S UNITE NATIONS,' OR P.U.N., BY PEDR REYES, A GATHERING OF CITIZE REPRESENTATIVES OF 193 MEMBE STATES IN MOCK UNITED NATION ASSEMBLIES OTHER INAUGURAL EXHIBITS INCLUDE THE FIRST SOLO MUSEUM EXHIBITION OF BREAD AND PUPPET THEATR FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR PETER SCHUMANN, A SHOW OF WORKS BY CONTEMPORARY CUBAN ARTISTS, AN 'QUEENS INTERNATIONAL,' BIENNIAL EXHIBITION OF ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD WHO LIVE AND/OR WORK IN QUEENS.

> IN DANCE, LINCOLN CENTER CLOSES ITS WHITE LIGHT FESTIVA WITH A CELEBRATION OF THE 25th ANNIVERSARY OF ONE OF THE MOST BELOVED WORKS BY CHOREOGRAPHER MARK MORRIS.

SET TO HANDEL'S MUSIC, 'IL L'ALLEGRO IL PENSEROSA ED IL MODERATO' WAS FIRST PERFORMED IN 1988 AT THE MAIN OPERA HOUSE I BRUSSELS THIS MASTERWORK OF MODERN DANC CELEBRATES THE HUMAN SPIRIT IN A JOY-FILLED, UPLIFTING WORK FOR THE STAGE.

FLUID, DYNAMIC, UNCONVENTIONAL AND EPHEMERAL, IT'S NOT EASY T REPRESENT PERFORMANCE ART IN A MUSEUM EXHIBIT PHOTOS AND VIDEO, OR OBJECTS USED, CREATED OR DESTROYED IN PERFORMANCE MAY BE ALL THA REMAINS TO DOCUMENT THAT EVENT

> 'RADICAL PRESENCE: BLACK PERFORMANCE IN CONTEMPORARY ART' IS THE FIRST EXHIBITION TO ATTEMPT A COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY OF MORE THAN FIVE DECADES OF PERFORMANCE ART BY BLACK VISUA ARTISTS.

THE ONGOING EXHIBIT AT NYU'S GREY ART GALLERY COVERS TH BROAD SPAN OF CONTRIBUTIONS OF BLACK ARTISTS TO THE GENRE WIT VIDEO AND PHOTO DOCUMENTATIO ALONGSIDE SET PIECES AND OBJECTS EMPLOYED IN PERFORMANCES PART TWO OF THE EXHIBIT, OPENING THIS WEEK AT THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM, ALSO INCLUDES RESTAGINGS OF WORKS BY EARLY PIONEERS LIKE SENGA NENGUDI AS WELL AS NEW PERFORMANCES B ARTISTS LIKE DAVE McKENZIE THESE AND OTHER PERFORMANCES WILL BE FEATURED AS PART O PERFORMA 13, NEW YORK' MONTH-LONG PERFORMANCE ART BIENNIAL

> AND THAT'S THE LATEST FO 'NYC-ARTS' NEWS THIS WEEK.

FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, I'M CHRISTINA HA.

> FROM THE BARD GRADUATE CENTER GALLERY AT WEST 86th STREET, I'M PHILIPP de MONTEBELLO.

AND I'M PAULA ZAHN AT THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS AT LINCOL CENTER THANKS SO MUCH FOR JOINING US.

HOPE YOU'LL JOIN US NEXT TIME.

> NEXT WEEK ON NYC-ARTS, MASTER PIECES OF THE FRICK COLLECTION TERROR OF THE SOUL AT THE MORGAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM AND A INSIDER'S LOOK AT A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF BASEBALL CARDS A THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS.

> FUNDING FOR 'NYC-ARTS' I MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER THE AGNES VARIS TRUST, SUPPORTING AFFORDABLE ACCESS T THE ARTS, EDUCATION AND HEALTH CARE JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD.

ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN.

MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ART FOUNDATION AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM TH NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT O CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHI WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

'NYC-ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.