STYLE WARS is regarded as the indispensable document of New York Street culture of the early ’80s, the filmic record of a golden age of youthful creativity that exploded into the world from a city in crisis.
From The Old Vic in London, Academy Award-winner Sally Field (Steel Magnolias, Brothers & Sisters) and Bill Pullman (The Sinner, Independence Day) star in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama All My Sons.
Join us for this Viewpoint Lecture. Beginning in the twelfth century, Indian kings and religious institutions hired painters to add illustrations to religious and secular manuscripts.
Each program will focus on a particular performance medium. These discussions will allow visitors to freely share their opinions on contemporary performance and will create the opportunity for unbiased dialogue and conversation.
Chilean director/puppet artist Aline Kuppenheim's Feos (Uglies) is her first collaboration with renowned playwright Guillermo Calderon, and is based on Mario Beneditti's short story, "Noche de los Feos" (Night of the Ugly).
A thoughtful portrait of a renowned artist, this documentary shines the spotlight on New York City painter Jean-Michel Basquiat. Featuring extensive interviews conducted by Basquiat's friend, filmmaker Tamra Davis, the production reveals how he dealt with being a black artist in a predominantly white field.
A Ballerina’s Tale intimately documents Misty Copeland’s historic rise while shining a light on the absence of women of color at major ballet companies.
The American Abstract Expressionists came of age during the Great Depression of the 1930s and developed during World War II, when many European modern artists – from Joan Miró to Max Ernst took refuge in New York City, where the Abstract Expressionists first showed their work.
Beginning just before sunset join multifaceted Miami artist Inez Barlatier on The Museum's Campiello for a lively and rhythmic celebration of the full moon. All are welcome to this fun, and family friendly event.
Miami native Inez Barlatier is a multifaceted artist of Ayisen (Haitian) descent. With her first band Kazoots, Inez and her bandmates evolved from their fathers’ Haitian folkloric ensemble, mixed with next-generation influences.