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Sep-Jun: Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun-Mon, closed; Jul-Aug: Mon-Thu, 10am-6pm; Fri, 10am-4pm; Sat-Sun, closed
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It's always worth dropping into 303 for its meticulously mounted shows by established—yet-still edgy—contemporary American artists. In the film and video genre, there's L.A. hipster (and occasional music video director) Doug Aitken, known for his use of multiple screens and dramatic, indie-inspired camerawork. Prankster Rodney Graham is best known for his seamless, Buster Keaton-esque videos. Then there are the daring women painters of 303, such as the kittenish, fashion pages-meet-Anna Karenina fantasies of Karen Kilimnik. Try to drop by when Collier Schorr's photos are on display. Her rough and tough, dramatically lit images of young American wrestlers bring to mind the great divide between the Greco-Roman ideal and the sweaty, acne-ridden reality. The gallery openings tend to be packed, so arrive early and be prepared to stand around outside with the smokers.
- Roméo et Juliette
- The Metropolitan Opera
Many composers have taken a crack at Shakespeare, but few knew how to squeeze as much luscious teenage misery out of this infinitely adaptable love story as Charles Gounod. Vittorio Grigolo and Diana Damrau bring plush, lyrical voices to the title roles. More »
- Branford Marsalis Quartet with special guest Kurt Elling
- Jazz at Lincoln Center
An unprecedentist collaboration between the vocalist and the jazz quartet, following Marsalis and Elling's recent Grammy Award nomination in the Best Jazz Vocal Album category. More »