|Window scenes (c)2013, Eva Yaa Asantewaa|
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Sunday, October 9, 2011
|Raising the level (c)2011, Eva Yaa Asantewaa|
Check InfiniteBody blog for future announcements from OWS' Arts and Culture working group.
To see more of my photos from yesterday's OWS demonstration at Washington Square Park, click here.
Why Occupy Wall Street? Visit We are the 99 Percent and see.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Carrie Ahern rehearsing seNSATE
(c)2010, Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Choreographer Carrie Ahern reprises seNSATE, her acclaimed dance installation, at The Vaults (14 Wall Street) for six Swing Space performances, beginning this Saturday at 8pm.
all photos (c)2010, Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Premiered at the Brooklyn Lyceum in November 2009, Ahern's seNSATE runs for three hours in a cyclical loop. Viewers may drop in and leave at any point during those times, and they will freely move around to follow the flow of action in various pockets of space beneath Wall Street.
Carrie Ahern Dance
14 Wall Street (Level B), Manhattan
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
A luminous summer evening. Dancers slip through breezecloudsmusic at the river's edge. I still get a powerful little thrill as I look through my photographs.
We Give Ourselves Away at Every Moment: An EVENT for Merce
July 26, 2010--First anniversary of the death of Merce Cunningham
"...we come together to nod in his direction through the ritual of dance itself."
Rockefeller Park, Battery Park City esplanade
a program of the River to River Festival, co-presented by Arts World Financial Center and the Battery Park City Authority
featuring choreography by Jon Kinzel, Lucinda Childs, Susan Marshall, Faye Driscoll and Bill T. Jones. Live music by David Eggar, Geoff Hersh and Kotchy.
curated and produced by Annie-B Parson and Will Knapp
Saturday, July 3, 2010
All photos (c)2010, Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Most shots were taken at Doug + Mike Starn's Big Bambú: You Can't, You Don't, and You Won't Stop installation in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Metropolitan Museum of Art. On view through October 31, weather permitting. Read about this exhibit here and here.
Also of interest this summer at the Met:
Picasso's exhilarating linoleum cuts, which finally made me skid to a halt, heart aflutter, as I tried to race through most of Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. I'm going back and taking a much longer look at everything but, in particular, those exciting prints. Through August 15.
American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity. My guilty pleasure, only because I discovered that I love that drapey, delicately glittery, Isadora Duncan-ish Bohemian look (1900s) and could barely pull myself away from that particular room in the exhibit. Just call me a femme-inist!
Hipsters, Hustlers, and Handball Players: Leon Levinstein's New York Photographs, 1950-1980. Grit and wit. Levinstein's spontaneity inspires me:
In my photographs, I want to look at life--at the commonplace things as if I just turned a corner and ran into them for the first time. (Leon Levinstein, 1954)Through October 17.
Metropolitan Museum of Art