“Betrayal: The Life and Art of Rudolf Bauer” will be air tonight on PBS THIRTEEN. It tells the story of his rise a prominent painter in Germany, his imprisonment at the hands of the Nazis, and his tumultuous relationship with business magnate and art collector Solomon R. Guggenheim. NYTimes’s Brandon K. Thorp has the details here.
Sotheby’s Gallery in New York City has announced the new retrospective selling exhibition, Rudolf Bauer: Tomorrow Today. The exhibition will feature over 40 works that span the artist’s career. This new show joins a new play at 59E59 Theaters, a documentary screening on PBS THIRTEEN, and an exhibition at the German Consulate to complete the “Bauer Season.” Check out ArtDaily.org’s story HERE.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sotheby’s Gallery in New York City will be launching a new, high-profile exhibition of the works of German Modernist painter Rudolf Bauer. The exhibition joins a TV documentary, new play at 59E59 Theaters, and earlier exhibition at the German Consulate to complete the “Bauer Season.” Check out Jennifer Maloney’s feature HERE.
Primary Stages Einhorn School of Performing Arts has announced casting for its ESPA Drills Reading Series this August. ESPA Drills is an annual new play development program providing staged readings to four playwrights. The plays are workshopped under the guidance of the ESPA staff and will be presented before an audience of industry peers Off-Broadway at The Duke on 42nd Street. Continue reading