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Alec Duffy: Our Planet


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September 29

Bronx Lab- Street Art on the Grand Concourse

Celebrate public art in the Bronx with a free guided walking tour of street art along the Grand Concourse followed by a graffiti-inspired

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December 5


“…one of this country’s most talented choreographers…”
—The New York Times
A master choreographer and interpreter of movement traditions from the African diaspora, Reggie Wilson refracts elements of blues, slave, and spiritual cultures through postmodern structures to create his “post-African/neo-HooDoo” style.

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October 24

Hans was Heiri

“…part-acrobatics, part-dance and part-slapstick show with a freewheeling feel…”
—London Evening Standard

Click here for a video of the performance


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October 17

Pinsky Reads Poe

Robert Pinsky, United States Poet Laureate (1997—2000), essayist, translator, and founder of the Favorite Poem Project (, delivers

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Mike Kelley

MoMA PS1 presents Mike Kelley, the largest exhibition of the artist’s work to-date and the first comprehensive survey since 1993.

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September 25

Conversation with Ernesto Pujol & Carol Becker

Committed to fostering debate and dialogue between artists and the public, Crossing the Line 2013 presents a series of talks an

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See it Loud: Seven Post-War American Painters

This exhibition presents work by Leland Bell, Paul Georges, Paul Resika, Neil Welliver, Albert Kresch, Stanley Lewis, and Peter Heinemann, who insi

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Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul

The works of Edgar Allan Poe have frightened and thrilled readers for more than one hundred-fifty years. Terror of the Soul—inspired by the pr

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October 24

Everything You Wanted to Know About 3D Printing but Didn’t Know Who to Ask

Demystifying the processes behind the works on view in the exhibition Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital, this free demonstration focu


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