The real art in MoMA’s ambitious Judson exhibition, “The Work Is Never Done,” isn’t hanging on the walls. It’s on the dancing bodies in the atrium.
The Museum of Modern Art’s Judson Dance Theater exhibition this week brings performances of Yvonne Rainer’s 1960s dances, with wonderful revelations.
Yvonne Rainer’s 1963 “We Shall Run” is performed as part of the Museum of Modern Art’s show, “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done.”
The exhibition “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done” explores the legacy of this loose collective of artists in Greenwich Village in the 1960s.
A sweeping and timely series at the Brooklyn Academy of Music looks at women filmmakers who too often have been ignored, marginalized and forgotten.
New Yorkers will have two chances to reassess the choreographer’s influence, first within a program of Stephen Petronio’s “Bloodlines.”
The choreographer will pay homage to Yvonne Rainer, Steve Paxton and Anna Halprin in a next edition of his “Bloodlines” series.
Ms. Rainer creates a tapestry of movement and text that relate to aging and mortality in “Dust,” at the Kitchen.