In Cunningham, the generation of Judson Dance Theater choreographers found a model who opened up new possibilities for dance in time and space.
An early advocate of Abstract Expressionism, Mr. Heller sold or donated many major works. He also wrote about art and advised artists and museums.
A dance company celebrates the 19th amendment; a play about Rupert Murdoch hits Broadway; and an alt-pop duo returns to the U.S.
An art critic and dance critic talk about two Kirstein shows — and how his protean diversity left its mark on the arts, most productively on ballet.
The Museum of Modern Art takes a euphoric dive into the Spanish artist’s early years.
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A restoration of the 1931 gangster film is being shown at the Museum of Modern Art in March. And it is as fast as it is flavorsome.
Dancers will perform excerpts from four seminal ballets that will “tell a story about Kirstein and Balanchine.”
At 82, this titan of Modernism is talking about the past, taking stock and putting some of his works and part of his collection up for auction.