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Dance Dance Revolution: MoMA Celebrates the Films of Jack Cole, Whose Choreography Shaped His Century
21 days ago by Melissa Anderson
Though his name has largely been forgotten, Jack Cole had a profound influence on many of the best-known American stage and/or screen choreographers: Alvin Ailey, Jerome Robbins, Michael Bennett, and especially Bob Fosse. Cole pione...
A MoMA Retrospective Reveals How Uruguayan-Born Joaquín Torres-García Turned the Western Art World on Its Head
1 month ago by Christian Viveros-Faune
In 1920, after a brief stop in Paris where he bickered with Picasso and harmonized with Miró, the Uruguayan-born artist Joaquín Torres-García traveled from Barcelona to New York for two doleful years. "This is New York," he wrote wi...
Shepherd Doc ‘The Creation of Meaning’ Finds Majesty in a Vanishing Way of Life
2 months ago by Melissa Anderson
Pacifico Pieruccioni, the rangy, subtly charismatic sexagenarian at the center of Simone Rapisarda Casanova's majestic documentary, his second feature-length project, couldn't have a more suitable first name. Unflappable, the shephe...
Lo-Fi Holiday Indie ‘Christmas, Again’ Offers Some Melancholic Truth
2 months ago by Lara Zarum
A moody, small-scale indie about a sad-sack Christmas tree salesman, Christmas, Again is at once a bit too cute and a welcome new subgenre of the dreaded holiday film. Kentucker Audley stars as Noel, who spends the month of December...