nyc art scene

a carefully curated calendar & cumulative catalog of new york city's most interesting art exhibitions and events. hand picked by Arthur Seen & Team

Opens Today: “The Murder of Crows” Janet Cardiff & George Bures MillerPark Avenue Armory, 643 Park Ave., NYC (bt 66th & 67th St.)$10/$12 Admission (Free Sat, Aug 4)“Few artists work with sound more inventively and with a cannier sense of theater than [Cardiff and Miller].” – The New York Times The largest sound installation to date by artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, The Murder of Crows is a compelling “sound play” that envelops the audience in an unexpected physical and aural environment. Moving and weaving through ninety-eight speakers mounted within the cavernous Drill Hall, the work narrates a captivating and confounding melodrama, investigating concepts of desire, intimacy, love and loss. The multifaceted soundscape uses a fluttering of voices and sounds, from crashing waves to the hubbub of a factory floor, to transport the listener to an unexpected dream-like world. - thru Sept 9

Opens Today:

The Murder of Crows
 Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller

Park Avenue Armory
, 643 Park Ave., NYC (bt 66th & 67th St.)
$10/$12 Admission (Free Sat, Aug 4)

“Few artists work with sound more inventively and with a cannier sense of theater than [Cardiff and Miller].” – The New York Times

The largest sound installation to date by artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, The Murder of Crows is a compelling “sound play” that envelops the audience in an unexpected physical and aural environment. Moving and weaving through ninety-eight speakers mounted within the cavernous Drill Hall, the work narrates a captivating and confounding melodrama, investigating concepts of desire, intimacy, love and loss. The multifaceted soundscape uses a fluttering of voices and sounds, from crashing waves to the hubbub of a factory floor, to transport the listener to an unexpected dream-like world. - thru Sept 9