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Holiday trains at the New York Botanical Garden, Picasso drawings at the Frick, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center. » read more
On the next SundayArts: a profile of Jazz at Lincoln Center's education programs for young people, a look at Picasso's drawings on view at the Frick, and more. » read more
In this edition of SundayArts: an update on the recently-redeveloped New Victory Theater, a look at Picasso's drawings at the Frick Collection, and more. » read more
Susan Galassi, senior curator at the Frick collection, and co-curator of the exhibition “Picasso’s Drawings 1890 to 1921: Reinventing Tradition,” introduces the drawings on display now. » read more
ABT returns to New York City Center, the dark beauty of tango haunts Jazz at Lincoln Center, and leading playwrights take a stand for gay marriage in this week's NYC ARTS recommendations. » read more
Will Barnet at the National Academy Museum, Latin Icons of the world at Carnegie Hall, Jesse Eisenberg off-Broadway, and more. » read more
On the next SundayArts: an update on the New Victory Theater for the 2011/2012 season, a visit to the Frick Collection's "Picasso's Drawings," the latest SundayArts news and more. » read more
Next time on SundayArts: The Frick Collection, The Boppard Gallery at the Cloisters, and the latest SundayArts News. » read more

Anne L. Poulet, Director of The Frick Collection, sits down with SundayArts’ Philippe de Montebello on the occasion of the collection’s 75th anniversary.

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Tune in to SundayArts next Sunday at noon for an interview with Anne L. Poulet, Director of the Frick Collection, a look at the Met’s “Big Bambu,” and the latest SundayArts News. Afterwards, stay tuned for a presentation of POV’s The Beaches of Agnes.

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