Roots of “The Dinner Party”: History in the Making

Since the 1970s, Judy Chicago has been a pioneer in the development of feminism as an artistic movement and an educational project that endeavors to restore women’s place in history. Her most influential and widely known work is the sweeping installation The Dinner Party (1974–79), celebrating women’s achievements in Western culture in the form of a meticulously…

Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt

In the ancient burial ground at Saqqara, Egypt, one animal cemetery alone has yielded over four million individual ibis mummies. And the nearby dog cemetery contained over seven million mummies, with countless others found throughout Egypt. This unusual aspect of ancient Egyptian culture and religion—the mummification of animals—has remained largely a mystery. Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies…

Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo

At particular moments in history, artists use their artwork to reveal social, cultural, and political complexities, responding with urgency and conviction to the times in which they live. Bringing together the striking work of three innovative chroniclers, Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo offers insight into the energy, empathy, and creativity with which these artists recounted…

Arts of Korea Opens September 15 at Brooklyn Museum

The pioneering collection of Korean art is one of the largest and most important Korean collections in the United States. A selection returns to view in a new gallery three times the size of the previous space and featuring many treasures never before shown. At the center of this state-of-the-art installation are the luminescent celadon…

“Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern”

Now in its FINAL WEEKS, with hours extended to 8 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, July 7–22. Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern takes a new look at how the renowned modernist artist proclaimed her progressive, independent lifestyle through a self-crafted public persona—including her clothing and the way she posed for the camera. The exhibition expands our understanding…

David Benjamin Sherry, “Pink Genisis”

Pink Genesis, David Benjamin Sherry’s third exhibition at Salon 94, features a group of new photograms that celebrate the transformative potential of the darkroom as an activated, ecstatic space. Enacting a series of performative movements in the darkness, with a virtuoso command of photographic techniques, Sherry has created a group of unique photograms full of…

Wiener Werkstätte 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty Exhibition

On October 26, 2017, Neue Galerie New York will present a major retrospective exhibition devoted to the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops), an artists’ and craftsmens’ collective that existed in Vienna from 1903 until 1932. More than 200 objects have been selected for the presentation, and the loans are drawn from both public and private collections…

Hollywood Producer and Actor Peter Malota Special Guest on AFW

AFW‘s passion for film and cinema has earned the respect of the world’s most admired directors, producers, writers, actors and celebrities. This year New York Albanian Film Week welcomes the famous Hollywood producer and actor Peter Malota to the Festival screenings and events. Mr. Malota just completed his new action film “Kill’em All”, starring  Peter Stormare,…

Albanian Film Week announces program details for 2017

Albanian Film Week Festival has announced its line-up for its four-day, four-night festival May 26-29 at SVA Theatre and Producers Club Theatre in Manhattan, NY. This year’s line up includes 18 films that were narrowed down from 46 films submitted to the festival, selected by Fatrin Kraja, Jamal Hodge, Lulzim Guhelli, Diar Xani and Amina Zhaman.…

Rooftop Cinema Club announces outdoor NYC screenings

Rooftop Cinema Club has announced its third annual edition of summer movie screenings. The cocktail party and screening comes to two venues: midtown’s swanky YOTEL (570 Tenth Ave) and East Williamsburg’s OfficeOps (57 Thames St). Each location offers popcorn, wireless headphones, comfortable rooftop seating, and a full service bar at YOTEL.

“Marry Harry” Musical in Theater April 25-May 21

The York Theatre Company continues its 2016-2017 season with the New York premiere of the new musical Marry Harry, a romantic comedy set in New York’s East Village, about two people on the verge of 30 whose family ties hold a little too tightly – Little Harry, a cook at his father’s failing neighborhood restaurant with dreams of becoming a great Italian chef, and Sherri, who works for her controlling mother’s real estate office but longs for something more.

The Lucky One

THE LUCKY ONE is the timeless story of antagonism between two brothers: Gerald, who stands in the sun and Bob, who stands in Gerald’s shadow. When Bob finds himself in serious legal trouble, he turns to Gerald for rescue.

Six Degrees of Separation

John Guare’s critically acclaimed play Six Degrees of Separation returns to Broadway in a revival starring seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney (Mom, The Girl on the Train) as Ouisa and Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey (The Normal Heart, Manhattan) as Flan.