Countdown to Choreographic Objects: 4️⃣ days left! Timed tickets are required this week for the final days of #WilliamForsythe, closing Feb 21! It's your last chance to make moves in this exhibition named @artforum's Critics' Pick for #Boston — and FYI timed tickets are going fast! 📸: @emilytebbetts
Tickets are limited and do sell out. Timed tickets are available first come, first serve, on site only. We recommend arriving earlier in the day. Members do not need timed tickets, and are always guaranteed entry.
William Forsythe, Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time, No. 3, 2015. Plumb bobs, string, compressed air cylinders, and computer software. Courtesy Museum Für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt Am Main, Germany; the artist; and Gagosian, New York. Photo by Emily Tebbetts © William Forsythe #williamforsythe #choreographicobjects #contemporaryart #bosart #seaportboston #waterfront #contemporarydance #bostondance
Fashions inspired by art from #BlackMountainCollege hits the runway for @toryburch's fall collection—and we took notice! In 2015, the ICA exhibition 'Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933–1957' explored the legacy of the small, experimental liberal arts college in North Carolina that changed the course of art history. Included in the exhibition were seminal works by Anni and Josef Albers, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Robert Rauschenberg, Elaine and Willem de Kooning, Buckminster Fuller, and Ruth Asawa, among many others who taught and studied at BMC. #FashionFriday #FlashbackFriday #NYFashionWeek
Installation view, Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933–1957, the Institute of Contemporary Art, 2015. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography.