New York

Mare Nostrum. Finis Somnia Vestra.in 26 days
  • Performing arts
  • New York

Mare Nostrum. Finis Somnia Vestra.

Mahmoud, a Syrian young man, takes a boat from Libya to the italian island of Lampedusa. When he wakes up, he can’t understand what happened at sea… He tries to remember, and through his memories we will know his life in Syria, his family, his dreams, friends.

Aug 20, 2017

A Summer Evening for Harp and Pianoin 19 days
  • Music
  • New York

A Summer Evening for Harp and Piano

Enjoy an enchanting summer evening of music for harp and piano with impassioned works by Granados, Falla, Boccherini, Mozart, Dussek, Debussy, Albeniz and Ravel.

Aug 13, 2017

Sara Van and Eric Kurimski in Concertin 7 days
  • Music
  • New York

Sara Van and Eric Kurimski in Concert

Sara Van, proclaimed as “The Latin Janis Joplin” by the Spanish media, announces her first Manhattan show in collaboration with the internationally renowned guitarist, Eric Kurimski, protegé of the esteemed Peruvian master Carlos Hayre.

Aug 1, 2017

Atmospheric Meditations. Before Present (338 U-710 U) by Laura F. Gibelliniin 2 days
  • Literature
  • New York

Atmospheric Meditations. Before Present (338 U-710 U) by Laura F. Gibellini

The book gathers a series of drawings developed over two years in which Spanish-born artist Laura F. Gibellini reflects upon the possibilities of rendering the atmospheric conditions of a given site visible.

Jul 27, 2017

Garden of Delights by Fernando Arrabaltomorrow
  • Performing arts
  • New York

Garden of Delights by Fernando Arrabal

Dirt [contained], in association with Long Island City Artists, present this play, a surreal journey by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Maria Swisher, that dives head first into the psyche of a tortured artist.

Jul 26 – Aug 13, 2017

Cristóbal de Villalpando: Painter of the Baroquenow
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Cristóbal de Villalpando: Painter of the Baroque

Villalpando emerged in the 1680s as a painter in the Spanish Viceroyalty in Mexico. He was one of the most innovative and accomplished artists in the entire Hispanic world.

Jul 25 – Oct 15, 2017

Cartoonist and illustrator Joan Cornellà's first solo show in New York Cityclosing soon
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Cartoonist and illustrator Joan Cornellà's first solo show in New York City

Cornellà’s work has often been described as disturbing or flat-out offensive. Through simplistic visual language, he uses satire to comment on the sinister and often bleak side of human nature through a myriad of unconventional scenarios.

Jul 14 – Jul 30, 2017

Avelino Sala: Action Riot Paintingsnow
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Avelino Sala: Action Riot Paintings

Spanish artist Avelino Sala reflects on identity through symbols such as money currency or flags, the power of the symbol and how it can be deconstructed and generate new ways of understanding.

Jun 22 – Aug 31, 2017

Inés Medina at Summer Show 2017closing soon
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Inés Medina at Summer Show 2017

Inés Medina brings her series “The Transmutation of The Mind” to a group summer exhibition at Skoto Gallery.

Jun 22 – Jul 31, 2017

Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz at The Timesnow
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz at The Times

The exhibition uses “The New York Times” as its point of departure and features over 80 artists, artist duos, and collectives who use the “paper of record” to address and reframe issues that impact our everyday lives.

Jun 1 – Aug 11, 2017

Lluis Lleó’s Morpho’s Nest in The Cadmium Houseclosing soon
  • Urban Culture
  • New York

Lluis Lleó’s Morpho’s Nest in The Cadmium House

A series of five front-and-back outdoor paintings on sandstone slabs from Catalonia will parade along the Park Avenue Malls from 52nd to 56th streets, coinciding with an exhibition of Lleó’s project drawings and installation models at the Instituto Cervantes New York from May 5-9.

May 1 – Jul 31, 2017