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Agenda Cultural: 21 January, 2022


By Roger Costa


The Russian Ballet Theatre is coming back to Newark to present their much beloved production of Tchaikovsky’s classic “Swan Lake”. With choreography signed by Nadezhda Kalinina, the sumptuous production will display the splendor of its techniques through the hand-painted sets, the glorious music and editing, and the radiant costumes. The fantastical show is recommended for all dance lovers and all ages alike. One show only, Sunday February 13th at 7pm at NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark, NJ. Tickets start at $35. INFO:


Continuing its Winter 2022 season, the house of jazz located at 60th Street and Broadway, will bring back master jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves for a special romantic event celebrating the spirit of Valentine’s Day. A supreme performer and engaged storyteller, Dianne will set the romantic mood on Friday and Saturday, February 11th and 12th at 8pm on the beautiful stage of Rose Theater, singing marvelous soft tunes as well as embracing the audience with her hypnotizing and sophisticated style. A tradition for the past decade, the performance “Diane Reeves: Let’s Fall In Love” is presented as part of the Ertegun Jazz Concert Series. Tickets start at $40. INFO:

Frédéric Bruly Bouabré


The Museum of Modern Arts located at 11 West 53rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, just announced its next brand new exhibition:  Frédéric Bruly Bouabré: World Unbound, the first in-depth study in the United States of the Ivorian artist who used drawing as a critical tool to invent a writing system. On view from March 13 through August 13, 2022, the exhibition will explore the breadth of Bouabré’s decades-long career, featuring 11 series of drawings totaling more than 1,000 individual works, including his two best-known bodies of work, Alphabet Bété (1990–91) and Connaissance du Monde (1987–2014). World Unbound will be organized into two sections and connected with a chronology of the artist’s life and career that will include photographic images and archival materials.  INFO:


Vito Schnabel Gallery (43 Clarkson Street) will present Memories of Warriors, the gallery’s debut exhibition with noted Los Angeles-based artist Chaz Guest. The presentation brings nine new monumental portraits and tableaux that together suggest a bold form of contemporary history painting. Starting tomorrow through March 19, 2022, the exhibition will offer the artist’s distinctive visual language, which is equally physical and nuanced, muscular yet emotionally complex. His art explores and recasts existing cultural narratives, acknowledging the tragic truths of America’s history of racism and enslavement in a way that spotlights contemporary exigencies and open paths toward healing. INFO:

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