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Off the Wall: Part 2—Seven Works by Trisha Brown

Sept 30–Oct 3, 2010

Review: “At Edge of Whitney, Touching the Void”
The New York Times

Review: Each dance was formally stunning, with exceedingly controlled movements and lovely manipulations of gesture”

Video: “At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, a camera-phone-wielding crowd gathered at the corner of Madison Avenue and 75th Street as a man on the roof of the Whitney Museum prepared to go off it.”
T Magazine/The New York Times

Laurie Anderson, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Stephen Petronio, Elizabeth Streb, and Terry Winters, share their thoughts on Trisha Brown
The New York Times

Walking on the Walls of the Whitney Museum”

“The Bricklayer’s Apprentice: A Q&A With Trisha Brown Protégé Lee Serle”

Her work is like oxygen; in different forms, it can exist pretty much anywhere, and nourishes the mind and soul along the way.”
WNET/Thirteen Sunday Arts

“Trisha Brown is proving once again that museums have a lot to offer the movement theater crowd.”
The Star-Ledger

“On Roofs and Walls, They’re Honoring Trisha Brown’s Work”
The New York Times

“‘Gravity Reneged,’ Museum Redefined”
The New York Observer

“One of the most anticipated dance events of the fall”
The New York Times