Los Angeles–based choreographer, dancer, and artist taisha paggett, whose work has often bridged the worlds of visual art and dance, presents a new performance for the 2014 Biennial.
Performances presented during Museum Hours
Performances are free with Museum admission. No special tickets or reservations are required.
Vidas Perfectas is a new Spanish-language version of Robert Ashley’s ground-breaking “television opera” Perfect Lives (1983). Alex Waterman will direct Vidas Perfectas in its second production phase at the 2014 Biennial. This ambitious live performance will be filmed before a live audience.
Thursday, April 17
1:30 and 4:30 pm
Friday, April 18
1:30 and 6:30 pm
Saturday, April 19
12 and 4:30 pm
Sunday, April 20
12 and 4:30 pm
$20 general admission; $16 senior citizens and students. Tickets are required, and quantities are limited. See all ticketing information.
Organized by 2014 Biennial artists Alexandro Segade (My Barbarian) and Miguel Gutierrez, this evening of performances and reflections from My Barbarian, Kalup Linzy, Jacolby Satterwhite, Nao Bustamante, Jorge Cortiñas, A.L. Steiner, Kate Bush Dance Troupe, Juliana Huxtable, and others is inspired by the work of queer theorist José Esteban Muñoz (1967-2013).
$8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students. Online ticketing has reached capacity; additional tickets may be available at the Museum on the night of the event.
Contemporaries Patrons are invited to explore the temporary studio space of 2014 Biennial artist Kevin Beasley, who is currently in residence with two other artists at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Beasley received his BFA from the College for Creative Studies, Detroit and his MFA in Sculpture from Yale University in 2012. Guests will get to preview Kevin’s work before it travels to the Museum’s Lobby Gallery this spring for the Biennial. Afterward, we’ll go a short walk up the street to The Corner Social for drinks and snacks. Guests are encouraged to grab dinner after at The Corner Social, or check out Red Rooster or Sylvia’s across the street.
Open to Contemporaries Patrons. Become a member or upgrade your membership by calling (212) 570-7746.