Linkoln Center festival, Bolsjhoy theater from Moscow, Russia: Ballet, Opera, Orchestra, and Chorus
July 12–July 27
Bolshoi not only means big and grand, it also describes the company’s style—adventurous performances charged with drama and emotion. With three full-length ballets along and one opera-in-concert, this is New York’s first opportunity, ever, to experience the combined forces of the Bolshoi Ballet, Opera, Orchestra, and Chorus together in one two-week engagement.
The Tsar’s Bride
Experience the combined forces of the Bolshoi Ballet, Opera, Orchestra, and Chorus. Buy tickets to all three ballets and save 15%. Buy tickets to all three ballets and The Tsar's Bride and save 20%.
The Guggenheim Museum Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe Through September 1, 2014
1071 5th Avenue (at 89th Street)
The first comprehensive overview of Italian Futurism to be presented in the United States , the show contains around 360 works, by 80 artists, architects, designers, photographers and writers. Nearly half are from Italian museums and archives that have lent artworks and printed matter that is rarely, if ever, seen outside the country. The show is accompanied by a thick catalog with essays.
Every day, except Tuesday 10AM-5:45 PM
Saturday 10AM-7:45 PM,
Adults $22. Pay what you wish from 5:45 Saturday night ( expect long lines!)
Frick Collection Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection
through June 15, 2014 1 E 70th St, corner of 5th Avenue
The artworks come from the collection of New Yorkers Janine and J. Tomilson Hill, who have loaned to the Frick 33 bronzes, most of them only about a foot tall, plus four post-WWII artworks, marking the first time that the museum has hosted contemporary art.
Tuesday through Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Sundays: 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Adults: $20,On Sundays, pay what you wish from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Museum of Modern Art Gauguin: Metamorphoses. through June 8, 2014
11 W 53rd St
The show (150 works, including some 120 works on paper) feature the post-impressionist’s paintings of tropical Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands and esser-known woodcarvings, ceramics and lithography from private collections.
10:30 AM-5:30 PM,Friday-10:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Adults $25 Free Friday Nights from 4:00PM (expect long lines)
Sculpture Garden is free daily, from 9:00 to 10:15 a.m
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris through May 4
About 100 photos of Parisnarrow and charming streets before Baron Haussmann replace them with grand boulevards.
Sunday–Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Pay what you wish every day!
American Museum of Natural History
The Power of Poison through August 10, 2014
explores poison’s paradoxical roles in nature, human health and history, literature, and myth. The Museum is open daily from 10 am - 5:45 pm except on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Pay What You Wish every day
Museum of Art and design(MAD Museum) 2 Columbus Circle Midtown West
Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 10am–6pm; Thu, Fri 10am–9pm
Thu, Fri 6–9pm pay what you wish
"Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital" More than 80 artists, contributed to this show of works created using innovative, technology-aided methods.
The Joyce Theater
New York premiere of France’s leading contemporary company Ballet Preljocaj’s acclaimed production of Snow White, a contemporary romantic ballet that turns the Grimm Brothers classic tale on its head.
Angelin Preljoçaj is one of the grands noms of French choreography. He trained in classical ballet before turning to contemporary dance and founding his own company in 1984.
Saturday 2pm & 8pm