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  • Apr 13th to Apr 28th    
    In celebration of the 110th anniversary of his birth, Japan Society presents an 11-film retrospective surveying the work of Kazuo Miyagawa (1908-1999), the most influential...
  • Apr 17th to Apr 28th    
    August has put together a support group for sinners. Sessions are open to anyone who identifies as a sinner or is concerned for the cleanliness of their immortal soul. Come join the circle where you...
  • Apr 24th to Apr 28th    
    Sasquatch Rituals is a cycle of performance ritual installations initiated by Sibyl Kempson that tracks and responds to her spiral-shaped experiences as an investigator for the...
  • Oct 25th to Apr 29th    
    The work Angel Otero has produced for the Bronx Museum are not elegies in the typical sense, but celebrations of twenty-first century painterly innovation and of the resilience of art...
  • Jan 19th to Apr 29th    
    This exhibition features the greatest works on paper by the artists in the Morgan's collection, as well as a few key loans from local collections.
  • Jan 26th to Apr 29th    
    Image Credit: August: Reaping Wheat, “Da Costa Hours,” Belgium, Ghent, ca. 1515, illuminated by Simon Bening, The Morgan Library & Museum, MS M.399, fol. 9v, purchased by Pierpont Morgan, 1910....
  • Mar 15th to Apr 29th    
    Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas investigates the complicated relationship between the Dominican Republic and Haiti—two nations that...
  • Apr 12th to Apr 29th    
    The most influential cinematographer of postwar Japanese cinema, Kazuo Miyagawa (1908–1999) worked intimately with Yasujirô Ozu, Akira Kurosawa, Kenji Mizoguchi, and Kon Ichikawa on some of their...
  • Apr 4th to Apr 29th    
    Through a genre-bending score, it questions past and present images of the Middle East, exploring the power of story in our everyday lives.
  • Apr 18th to Apr 29th    
      The Tribeca Film Festival brings together visionaries across industries and diverse audiences to celebrate the power of storytelling


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