The Museum of Modern Art is screening digital restorations of the format that paved the way for wide-screen films.
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A West Indian in a largely white profession, he cut a dynamic figure in the art world, mounting memorable shows that disturbed the status quo.
Patricia Phelps de Cisneros has donated 202 contemporary works of art from across Latin America to six museums.
Last week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced it would begin charging out-of-town visitors a mandatory fee, a change that divided readers.
Also the week of Jan. 7: Female playwrights take over Washington, D.C.; and Andrey Zvyagintsev gets a retrospective at MoMA.
The Museum of Modern Art proves that creativity is not just a young person’s game, stocking its fourth-floor galleries with works made by artists 45 and older.
Also the week of Dec. 31: The cellist Alisa Weilerstein at the New York Philharmonic; and the Public’s dependably enticing Under the Radar Festival.
Everything is of interest in “Chung Kuo — Cina,” a 1970s documentary that was condemned by the Chinese government and is now getting a rare screening at MoMA.
Though one critic scoffed about “an unspeakable strain on the eyes,” a festival gives experiments in three-dimensional moviemaking a second chance.
The director’s vision of a mind-control conspiracy pursuing its agenda through the small screen anticipated our present in more ways than one.