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Agenda Cultural: 15 April, 2022


By Roger Costa


Now on view thru August 13th, “Frederic Bruly Bouabre: World Unbound” explores the magnificent work of Cote d’Ivoire’s best-known artist and his engagement in cultural, regional elements that characterized his devotion in depicting his people’s daily struggles. Spanning the artist’s immense production from the 70’s till his death in ’14, the exhibition features a varied range of drawings, paintings, writings and a curious invention: the Alphabet Bete- the first writing system used by the ethnic group to which the artist belonged. Bouabre constantly worked on topics such as democracy, women’s rights, economical struggles and folklore. MoMA is located at 11 West 53rd Street, between 5th and 6th Ave. INFO:


The beloved Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is coming back to grace dance lovers at the stage of NJPAC (1 Center Street, Newark). Under the Artistic Direction of renowned choreographer Robert Battle, the spectacle will celebrate his 10th anniversary as the leading director in the company, presenting some of his most acclaimed dances, as well as classics and audience’s favorites. The 3-day event will mark Mother’s Day festivities at NJPAC, from Friday, May 6th thru Sunday the 8th. Completing its Coast-to-Coast North American tour, the company features the energy and incomparable preciseness of its ensemble dancers. Tickets start at $25. INFO:

@Japan Society

Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, will celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month on May 6th at 7:30 pm with the special performance by Oki Kano, one of Japan’s greatest musicians to represent the Ainu Culture and its musical traditions. The unique Japanese Indigenous people’s rhythm will be in total display during the concert, which extracts songs from the recently released album “Tonkori in the Moonlight”. Tickets $25-$30. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

Since its foundation in 1946, Limon Dance Company has been at the center of modern American dance as one of the most inventive companies. Inspiring generations and giving Latin traditions a new style the company will celebrate the 75th anniversary season with a double-bill program at The Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue in Manhattan. The 2-week performance will mark the debut of Artistic Director Dante Puleio offering the audience a journey through the company’s past, present and a brief look at what the future holds. On the first week fans will be delighted with the beloved classic “Psalm” and the premiere of “Only One Will Rise”, among others. On the second week, the much-awaited adaptation of “Danzas Mexicanas” is one of the highlights. April 19th-May 1st, Tickets start at $10. INFO:

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