arts 09.4.19

Fall Preview Part 1

Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pryce play a couple married for fifty years in The Height of the Storm, a hit drama by Florian Zeller transferring from the West End. Previews begin September 10 at the Samuel J. Friedman theatre.

Jenny Hval is a Norwegian recording artist, producer, and novelist, among other accomplishments. She has a new album out September 13 called The Practice of Love. You can listen to a cut, Ashes to Ashes, here.

The great writer Ta-Nehisi Coates (Between the World and Me) has written his first novel, The Water Dancer, about a slave in Virginia, out September 24. [Photo at top: Gregory Halpern]

The Whitney presents a new installation of Choir by multi-disciplinary artist Pope.L, which has water as its theme, and music and sound by John Cage. Over at MoMA, they'll be focusing on thirteen of the artist's early performances, and the Public Art Fund showcases a new crawl on NYC streets.

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