Take advantage of after-hours offerings this week to ensure you don’t miss out on the very best of what’s on view in the galleries, in the theaters, and at MoMA PS1. Check it out:
• On Tuesday, in conjunction with a film series dedicated to the choreographer Jack Cole, dance critic Debra Levine traces the course of Cole’s career in a lecture illustrated with photos and film clips. Other highlights include screenings of Charles Vidor’s Gilda and George Cukor’s Les Girls.
• Join us on Thursday in the exhibition Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934–1954 for a Gallery Sessions program that looks closely at how Jackson Pollock’s process evolved throughout his career.
• On Friday head to MoMA PS1 for Night at the Museum—a unique, late-night celebration of the current exhibition Greater New York, with M.Wells Dinette in full swing serving Quebecois-inflected cuisine and the VW Dome hosting a cozy lounge with music playing through the night.
• Catch the final days of the exuberant Picasso Sculpture, which closes on Sunday. The exhibition will be open until midnight on Saturday and Sunday, with half-price admission after regular Museum hours. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime display of Picasso’s beloved three-dimensional works, reserve your tickets today.
Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: February 1–7