A dance company celebrates the 19th amendment; a play about Rupert Murdoch hits Broadway; and an alt-pop duo returns to the U.S.
The curator had said she had been offered a job, but that the museum changed its mind after learning she had just given birth.
The work, “Meeting,” which intends to offer an uninterrupted view of sky, was closed after media reports of construction marring the view.
Sarah Arison was a pre-med student whose aspirations turned to the care of emerging creators in the visual, literary and performing arts.
Part-time art installers at the Queens museum say they do the same job, but earn far less, than full-time employees at the Museum of Modern Art.
“Disappearing Acts” lets us see with clarity where the artist stands and why he is pertinent to our wrenching moment.
After 40 years, Richard McGuire’s handmade “Ixnae Nix” street posters come out of the drawer, into the New York Art Book Fair and Alden Projects.
“I made a commitment to feel-good music,” the artist said before a show at MoMA PS1. “I had to show my belly a lot of attention, a lot of love.”
This holiday weekend we tip our hats to those performers and others who work days, nights and weekends to enrich your cultural experiences.