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The New Museum's Ostalgia show, through September 25, is a level-headed survey of artists whose work relates to the collapse of the communist bloc in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union in the late 20th century. » read more
Arts after the storm: the sixth biennial at El Museo del Barrio, a multi-theater work about censorship in Iran and more. » read more
Watching Mark Morris Dance Group last week at Rose Theater, an annual highlight of Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival, SundayArts blogger Susan Yung was suddenly aware of the absence of many of the company's longtime members who have retired in the last year or so. » read more
In the arts this week: music abounds with MoMA Nights, the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in Harlem and Tompkins Square Park, and the 2011 Afro-Punk Festival. » read more
SundayArts blogger Susan Yung discusses Asif Kapadia's documentary about the late Brazilian Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, a surprisingly haunting film in a genre of historically hit or miss subject matter. » read more
THIRTEEN Arts, the new mobile app available for both iPhone and Android from New York's public television provider, offers users a free, curated guide to the best cultural events and exhibitions in and around New York City. » read more
"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" closed last week after a wildly popular run at the Met. If you couldn't stand the snaking lines, or just want to see it again, watch this SundayArts Curator's Choice featuring Andrew Bolton, curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, discussing the exhibition of the late designer’s extraordinary garments. » read more
In the arts this week: a tribute to American architecture and design, as well as highlights from the New York International Fringe Festival, the city's fifth largest cultural event. » read more
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet is having a bit of a moment these days, coming off of some big mainstream appearances. They were featured in the recent film "The Adjustment Bureau," as well as making a guest appearance on "So You Think You Can Dance." » read more
Joel Grey is the Oscar, Tony and Golden Globe-winning performer, and a New York City icon who came to prominence as the emcee in “Cabaret” (1966). On Aug. 1, MetroFocus was there as he sat down with award-winning writer and producer Jon Robin Baitz for a discussion about life on stage and the exhibit “Joel Grey / A New York Life,” on display at the Museum of the City of New York through Aug. 7. » read more

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