The Brooklyn Rail

March 9, 2022

Ogemdi Ude with Lauren Wingenroth

The Brooklyn-based choreographer is having a moment, mounting five new works at New York City venues this spring.

The New York Times

November 11, 2021

Review: Dancing Bodies That Contain Multitudes

Can choreographers — or anyone, really — ever make something entirely new? Entirely their own? With her series “I Am Also,” the dancer and choreographer Molly Poerstel reminds us that every artist is a constellation of influences, a messy composite of other people and past experiences.

The New York Times

August 12, 2021

3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

Lizania Cruz on the art of gathering testimonies; Arcmanoro Niles’s brilliantly hued portraits; and “Counter Flags” takes on the symbols of nationalism.

The New York Times

August 3, 2021

Abrons Arts Center’s Fall Season Celebrates Trailblazers

Highlights include a photography exhibition on female leaders in public housing and a contemporary play about the life of Mary Shelley, the author of “Frankenstein.”


June 18, 2021

keiyaA on the Role Hair Plays in Her Artistic Expression

In honor of Juneteenth, the musician keiyaA is releasing a video compilation of her recent performance at the St. Augustine Church in New York, the only church in the city that has left its slave galleries—a separate part of the church where enslaves people could view the service—in place.

The New York Times

May 21, 2021

Review: A Synergistic Duo Takes Back the Power of ‘Gloria’

Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith present their latest work, a fierce, feminist look at objectification at Abrons Arts Center’s outdoor Amphitheater.

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