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Tix are on sale now for Whitney Live Artist in Residence Colin Gee’s performance at The Chocolate Factory (June 17 – 20). The Chocolate Factory is a young performance space in Long Island City that supports the creation of new work in a variety of disciplines including theater, dance, music, multimedia and the visual arts. [...]
We are super excited to finally be able to announce a fun summer concert series and other special events related to the upcoming Dan Graham retrospective at the Whitney. His first American retrospective, Dan Graham: Beyond traces the evolution of his work from early conceptual projects and...
WNYC Culture just wrapped up its Cityscapes series with the Brian Lehrer Show. One architect we would have liked to have included is Max Bond, who was one of the most influential African-American architects in New York City, and around the world. He died four months ago in February, but...
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Five black women at the top of their field perform a rare program of solo pieces this weekend at the Kumble Theatre in Brooklyn.
Whitney Live artist-in-residence Colin Gee is getting ready for several shows in June at Long Island City performance space, The Chocolate Factory. If you haven’t checked out Colin’s online studio space now is a great time to get familiar with his current projects, including scenes from the...
Colin Gee is searching for more iconic, unusual locations from which to create his short videos for the Portrait and Landscape series. Interior spaces requested might include a window, desk, table, sofa, bed, or large hall. Exterior locations might include, gardens, building exteriors, lawns, meadows, or fields. Further description from the artist below: The Portrait and [...]
Spent about an hour watching Colin set up and shoot his next video post in the Portrait and Landscape series. Watch for it here in the next few days. See if you can pick out the super-secret Whitney locale! Update: several new videos up now on the Studio Page!
Didja miss us? The podcast team has sure been busy with our new project Cityscapes. Today Cityscapes producer Benjamen Walker checks in with this month’s guest blogger Andrew Blum for some insight into landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh’s latest video diary, shot in the under-construction Brooklyn Bridge Park. Also we have WNYC’s Ellen Horne here to tell us about Damon’s Frugal Friday’s at the celebrity-powered Craft Restaurant, and we’ll hear from MoMA’s organist accompanying their new western films, or at least the silent ones.
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