In 1986, Aperture first published Bruce Davidson's Subway—a ground-breaking series that has garnered critical acclaim both as a document of a unique moment in the cultural fabric of New York City as well as for its phenomenal use of extremes of color and shadow set against flash-lit skin. In Davidson's own words, "the people in the subway, their flesh juxtaposed against the graffiti, the penetrating effect of the strobe light itself, and even the hollow darkness of the tunnels, inspired an aesthetic that goes unnoticed by passengers who are trapped underground, hiding behind masks, and closed off from each other."
Back by popular demand for a third season, the visually stunning, lushly designed Steampunk Haunted House returns and takes audiences into the darker, more terrifying aspects of Lewis Carroll's classic stories. In this immersive experience, audience members are admitted in small groups, suddenly separated, and thrust into a beautiful and terrifying dreamscape of neo-Victorian elegance and phantasmagoric clockwork horrors.
Stages presents Frankenstein Follies, a Halloween musical review directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard. Join us at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, for a night of face painting, a tattoo parlor, a crazy fortune teller, and terrifyingly tasty treats for the scary sweet tooth in us all. Now returning for its 17th year, Frankenstein Follies is a local favorite.
Learn about bats native to Central Park and then scan the Great Lawn’s horizon for them in this interactive lecture with Dr. Bill Schutt, local bat expert, biologist, and author of "Dark Banquet: Blood and the Curious Lives of Blood-Feeding Creatures.
Theater and film producer Barbara Ligeti, and, Emilio Barletta & Giuseppe Manica, co-owners of Trattoria Dopo Teatro, will launch a twice monthly series of Supper & Song “I Saw Broadway at Trattoria Dopo Teatro: Jonathan Brielle & Assorted Friends” directed by Michael Bush (Artistic Director Tony Award winning Eugene O'Neill Cabaret Festival) with performances on October 20 & November 3rd
The story of Moton High School whose students walked out of their school and into history... To protest the overcrowded and inferior facilities at their Virginia school, 16-year-old Barbara Johns organized and led a two-week strike, during which students refused to attend classes.
As a citizen of the world, Emiko's music reflects her international heritage - half Japanese, half Jewish-American - as she brings to life her journeys through music. Whether it's through the pulsing march of a lone drum on her son "The Great North Road" or the romantic nostalgia of "6am" (both from her upcoming album to be distributed through Universal Music Group), Emiko finds herself crossing musical genres as often as she crosses international borders these days. She performs on Tuesday, October 18, at 8 PM.
Source of Visions and Rosa Gonzales have partnered to create an exhibition that brings awareness to the many challenges faced by some who are confronted and dealing with addictions. The Haunted Gallery of Addiction focuses on the impact of addiction to the family, the addict and other relationships.
Front Room gallery is proud to present “Trick Question” a solo exhibition of drip and stencil paintings by Peter Fox. Peter Fox’s paintings are loaded. Loaded with paint and texture, loaded with context in their relationship to movements in formal and conceptual art, and overflowing with color. They have been described as Op Art,Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, and Punk Rock, or a mixture of all of them. Opening Friday, October 14, 7 - 9 PM.
Feature Inc. presents two one person exhibitions of works on paper. Both use a modest inventiveness and reveal delight in that. As well, they are each reductive on a variety of levels, are human in scale, and have an engaging physicality to their presence. Opening Thursday, October 6th, 6 - 8pm.