With the summer season well underway, the stars were glistening last night at Lincoln Center.
At Alan Cumming’s one-man Macbeth: Annette Bening
At a Young Patrons of Lincoln Center party for Christian Marclay’s The Clock: Tyra Banks and Zaha Hadid
Keep an eye out for more starry nights at Lincoln Center as the summer continues…
What are you most excited to see?
Christian Marclay’s The Clock:
Artwork That Runs Like Clockwork
A Little Night Music at the Mostly Mozart Festival:
Late-Night Drinks With a Pianist
June 6, 2012, 5:37 p.m.
By Carol Vogel
(Photo by Benjamin Norman for The New York Times. Visitors watching “The Clock” at the Paula Cooper Gallery’s theater in 2011.)
“In April Lincoln Center announced that Christian Marclay’s much-loved “The Clock’’ — a 24-hour montage of clips from movies and television that depict particular minutes in the day, synchronized with the moment they are shown — is coming to Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium, on Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets, where it will be shown for free.
Now the dates and hours of the run have been announced: July 13 through Aug. 1, Tuesdays through Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and continuously from Fridays at 8 a.m. through Sundays at 10 p.m. It will not be shown on Mondays.
“The Clock’’ was first shown in London in 2010, but when it made its New York debut at the Paula Cooper Gallery in the winter of 2011 people waited in line for hours in the bitter cold to see it. It was also a big draw last summer at the Venice Biennale, winning the Golden Lion award for best artwork. The film has also been shown in Seoul, Moscow, Paris, Boston, Los Angeles and Ottawa.
(Read the story on The New York Times website here.)
(Admission is first come, first served; there are no reservations. More information about hours and public access is available online here.)