Catch the exhibit “Untitled (Painting),” an exhibit by multiple artists, paired with Larry Clark’s 64-minute black-and-white film Tulsa, 1968 at Luhring Augustine before its close on Feb. 5. The nine contemporary artists showing all exhibit a unique approach to both traditional and nontraditional methods and abstract painting. A visual smorgasbord (531 West 24th Street). Read More
Give your high-school student a chance to unleash their creative spirit at the Whitney Museum by constructing their own version of art at the Teen Artist Workshop: Karthik Pandian. Mr. Pandian, best known for highlighting the interaction between modern society and its treatment of monuments, currently has an exhibit, “Unearth,” on display at the Read More
Andy Warhol’s newest exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, “Motion Pictures,” is a must-see this season. The exhibit of black-and-white film projected on screens throughout the gallery is slowed from 24 to 16 frames per second, which mimics the speed of film from the 1890s through the 1920s. These are the images as Read More
Mark Morris‘ quirky reinvention of the tired and true seasonal ballet, The Hard Nut, may be just what you need this holiday season. The androgenous, offbeat play is set in the 1960′s, and features an Elvis inspired Rat King, tutu-ed male dancers and a hand-jive–all to the original Tchaikovsky score (through Sunday, BAM Howard Read More
Nathan Sawaya’s new exhibit highlights the artist’s claim to fame-making installations entirely out of Legos. The newest series of works and sculpture at Agora Gallery showcases his giant suspended human forms and other figures fashioned entirely out of the colorful little blocks (530 West 25th St., through Dec. 14).
Go to the opening of JapanNYC, a citywide, 65-event festival running through March. Saito Kinen Festival Orchestra will perform Dec. 14, 15, 18 and famed Maestro Seiji Ozawa himself will return on April 1 and 2 to lead the Seiji Ozawa Ongaku-juku(Seiji Ozawa Music Academy Orchestra) as part of this unique festival exploring Read More
See the work of renowned street photographer Leon Levinstein in a collection of his work, “Living in the Edge” at Howard Greenberg Gallery (41 E. 57th St., through Dec. 4). Levinstein, who studied the craft with Lisette Model and Alexey Brodovitch, is best known for his raw manner of photographing his subjects, sometimes cropping out Read More