Dan Flavin: Kornblee Gallery 1967
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am– Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Tue-Sat 10 am–6 pm
See re-creations of two groundbreaking exhibitions of light and color that Dan Flavin mounted in 1967 at New York’s Kornblee Gallery, then located at the nearby and architecturally similar 58 East 79th Street.
In one gallery, a series of six vertically oriented works in cool white light, each varying slightly from one another, punctuate the space, making a subtle incursion into the existing architecture; whereas in the opposite gallery a work composed of six diagonals dramatically washes the space in green light.
Join Johann Strauss Jr., young soloists, and a professional Orchestra to see what happens when “classical” music is more like “pop” music. Theatre, comedy, video, dancing, original scripts and expertly crafted music education come together for an engaging show. Includes audience participation during the show and digital pre & post concert guides.
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