ACFNY SUPPORTED | FILM SCREENING | FRIDAY, JAN 24 - SATURDAY, FEB 01
The latest documentary from Oscar®-nominated director Hubert Sauper is an immersive portrait of "utopian" Cuba and its resilient people a century after the explosion of the USS Maine in Havana, the event that ushered in the American Empire alongside a modern form of world conquest: cinema itself
ACFNY SUPPORTED | FILM SCREENING | MONDAY, JAN 27
Andreas Horvath's first feature film tells the story of an emigrant stranded in New York City who decides to walk back to her native Russia
CONCERT | TUESDAY, JAN 28
Peter Ablinger and Eric Wubbels perform selections from Peter Ablinger's electro-acoustic work "Voices and Piano"
ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION | FRIDAY, JAN 31 - SATURDAY, MAR 14
Massey Klein Gallery is pleased to announce "Positive, Negative," a group show of artwork by Joan Witek, Jonathan Ryan Storm, and Vienna-based artist Seamus Heidenreich
PERFORMANCE | MONDAY, FEB 03
eat | GOLD | art, a performance by honey & bunny is a clash of mind and body. Sonja Stummerer and Martin Hablesreiter let sustainability, health and the church of everyday culture - the supermarket and its supposedly edible goods - clash.
CONCERT | WEDNESDAY, FEB 05
The Double Take Project explores Arnold Schoenberg’s "Verklarte Nacht" and Erin Gee’s "Mouthpiece 29," preceded by a structured improvisation by Charmaine Lee (vocalist) and Carol McGonnell (clarinet)
ACFNY SUPPORTED | EXHIBITION | WEDNESDAY, FEB 05 - SATURDAY, FEB 22
A multimedia installation celebrating the history of women in the New York Philharmonic through its first woman member, Viennese harpist Stephanie Goldner
FILM SCREENING | WEDNESDAY, FEB 12
Ely Jacques Kahn is known as one of the fathers of the New York skyline. The film by Ingrid Bertel and Nikolai Dörler retraces his unique journey from his family roots in Austria to his accomplishments in New York.
PANEL DISCUSSION | THURSDAY, FEB 13
Curator Stephen Phillips brings together a number of distinguished architects/designers and academics to discuss the impact of Austrian architects in the United States
ACFNY SUPPORTED | PERFORMANCE | SATURDAY, FEB 22 - SUNDAY, FEB 23
In "Apollon," the renegade choreographer Florentina Holzinger combines fin de siècle freak shows with 1960s live art, offering a new perspective on the rupture between high art and entertainment culture.