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Andrea Miller Continues MetLiveArts 2017-18 Residency with Breuer Premiere

Andrea Miller Continues MetLiveArts 2017-18 Residency with Breuer Premiere




The Met Breuer
945 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10021


Friday, May 18, 2018 - 10:30am daily through May 24, 2018




What: World premiere of (C)arbon by MetLiveArts Artist in Residence Andrea Miller, conceived in collaboration with Ben Stamper and performed by GALLIM. Composer Will Epstein, fashion designer Jose Solis.

When: Friday-Sunday, May 18-20, Tuesday-Thursday May 22-24, 2018  (Within Museum Hours: Tue-Thu + Sun 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Fri-Sat 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.)

Where: The Met Breuer, 5th Floor, 945 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, Train: 6 to 77th/Lexington Avenue

Tickets: Free with Museum Admission. For more information, please visit Metmuseum.org/Gallim or calling the box office at 212.570.3949.

The 2017-18 MetLiveArts Artist in Residence, the groundbreaking choreographer and artistic director Andrea Miller of GALLIM, closes her year-long residency with six days of a performative installation in the three gallery spaces of The Met Breuer. In collaboration with award-winning filmmaker Ben Stamper, composer Will Epstein, and fashion designer Jose Solis, GALLIM’s dancers take over the Museum’s fifth floor in the world premiere of (C)arbon, a work on the phenomenon of the body. Each of the three gallery spaces is dedicated to a distinct perspective on the anthropology of the body—as individuals, in dual relationships and in the social mass. (C)arbon can be experienced alongside the exhibition, Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body at The Met Breuer.

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