Here’s a quick tour of NoHo-Manhattan arts this month, in our galleries, from our studios, on our stages:
NoHo Manhattan FINE ART
At the Aicon Gallery – Rati Chakravyuh, a new feature-length film by Ashish Avikunthak. The film, comprised of a single 105-minute shot, centers around the continuous conversation of six young newlywed couples and a priestess after a mass wedding. Premier Wednesday, October 22, 7:00pm
At The Hole – In the main space Lance De Los Reyes presents his debut solo show of large oil paintings.
In Gallery 3 we feature an installation of 498 ceramic sculptures by Rose Eken….Through Nov. 2
At the Gallerie Zurcher – ZURTOPIA, Curated by Austin Thomas
Brian Belott, Ákos Birkás, Regina Bogat, Matt Bollinger, Paul DeMuro, Marc Desgrandchamps, Michael Dotson, Michel Huelin, Irena Jurek, Alix Le Méléder, David Lefebvre, Pushpamala N., Austin Thomas, Wang Keping, and Katharina Ziemke…Through Nov. 20
At La Mama La Galleria – Angelus Novus, a solo exhibition of painting, sculpture and video by the New York City-based artist Lucero Gonzlaez Jameson, thru Oct 26th.
At The Sheen Center – #THESUBWAYSERIES, the first solo show of photographer Hunter Canning.
At the Grey Gallery/NYU – Ernest Cole (1940–1990)—one of South Africa’s first black photo-journalists—created powerful photographs that revealed to the world what it meant to be black under apartheid….through Dec. 6.
NoHo Manhattan CHOREOGRAPHERS
Elisa Monte Dance – A well noted dancer and choreographer, Elisa Monte of Great Jones St. co-founded her acclaimed troupe in 1981. Her current season includes a Residency Master Class at City College of New York from Oct 20 thru October 24. See a video clip here
NoHo Manhattan THEATER
Lynn Redgrave Theater/The Culture Project – Tail Spin, Politics is dirty – but politicians are dirtier. The truth is laid hysterically bare in Tail! Spin!, a wildly inventive new comedy drawn verbatim from the leaked e-mails, raunchy texts and tell-tale tweets, through Dec.
La Mama –
The Tempest, well reviewed production directed by Karin Coonrod, Music Composed by Elizabeth Swados through Nov. 2
Author Directing Author – Playwrights Neil LaBute and Marco Calvani reunite for the second ADA. Experience how their classically sardonic sensibilities dissect the theme DESIRE through Nov. 2
The Sheen Center –
Massacre, Oct. 15 – Oct. 25, Black Box. Massacre (Sing to your Children) a play by award winning playwright Jose Rivera, looks at the aftermath of a violent murder staged by 7 ordinary citizens in a small New Hampshire town. Performance by The School of Performing Arts at Pace University.
The Light in the Piazza, Oct. 29 – Nov. 8, Loretto Theater, by Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas, is based on the novella of the same name by Elizabeth Spencer. Taking place in Italy in the late summer of 1953. Performance by The School of Performing Arts at Pace University.