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Filmmakers Roberta Friedman and Daniel Loewenthal captured the visual and sound portraits taken from the streets of Cairo, Beijing, Graz, Detroit, and New York City in this new documentary project.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/1aOtVNt
David Hammons, Bliz-aard Ball Sale, 1983
Outside Cooper Union
David Hammons’ work is currently on view in Radical Presence: Black Peformance in Contemporary Art
“Confessions of a Cuban Sex Addict” is an interactive and performative exhibition by Michelangelo Alasa’.
See it for free at the Duo Multicultural Arts Center: http://bit.ly/18wYAiu
James Levine conducts Robert Carsen’s acclaimed production, the first new Falstaff since 1964 at The Metropolitan Opera: http://bit.ly/1f1Q4fz
Andy@62 offers an unflinching look into the lives, loves, and careers of Frida Kahlo, Marilyn Monroe, and Marlene Dietrich.
See it at the Duo Multicultural Arts Center: http://bit.ly/1cz9WHm