Friday, December 10, 2010
There’s a new art installation on Manhattan’s Upper East Side that’s creating quite a stir. It opened just last weekend, but already, it’s commanding attention for its dramatic, novel use of light and sound. You may have heard of the artist: Leonardo da Vinci. Sort of.
Friday, December 03, 2010
By WNYC Culture
The Wales filmmaker and artist Peter Greenaway presents viewers with his multimedia installation "Leonardo’s Last Supper" on Friday at the Park Avenue Armory.
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
The long-awaited opportunity has finally arisen! We're thrilled to spotlight Dutch composer Louis Andriessen, who has, in ways both clear and covert, played a crucial role in the sonic idenity of Q2. Over a seventy-year career, Andriessen has amassed prestigious awards, including the 2011 Grawemeyer Award, composed prolifically and idiosyncratically and come to be regarded as one of the most sought-after composition teachers in the Western world. However, beyond a few smaller works, including Workers Union and Hout, his work, if not his name, remains unjustly obscure here in the United States. Beginning Monday, December 6 on Q2, we aim to address that.