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NEW YORK SCHEDULE

NEW YORK-CINEMA

MICRO COSMOS“, by Claude Nuridsany, Marie Pérennou. Documentary.
Film Forum, 727-8110

THE ENGLISH PATIENT,” by Anthony Minghella, starring Juliette
Binoche, Ralph Fiennes, Willem Dafoe, Kristin Scott Thomas.
Lincoln Square, 336-5000
New York Twin, 744-7339
Chelsea Cinemas, 505-CINE #597
Village East Cinemas, 777-FILMS #922

RIDICULE“, by Patrice Lecomte, starring Charles Berling, Jean
Rochefort, Fanny Ardant, Judith Godrèche.
Angelika Film Center, 995-2000
City Cinemas 1st, 2nd and 3rd Avenues.
Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, 757-2280

THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN“, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro.
Starring Ron Perlman, Daniel Emilfork, Judith Vittet, Dominique Pinon,
voice of Jean-Louis Trintignant.
Angelika Film Center, 995-2000

THE PROPRIETOR,” by Ismael Merchant. Starring the French actress
Jeanne Moreau.
Cineplex Odeon Carnegie Hall, 505-CINE #593

SECRETS AND LIES“, by Mike leigh. Winner of the Palme d’Or and Best
Actress at the 1996 Cannes Festival. Starring Brenda Blethyn and
Marianne Jean-Baptiste.
Screening Room, 334-2100
Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, 757-2280
Eastside Playhouse, 755-3020
Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, 757-2280

A SINGLE GIRL“, by Benoît Jacquot, starring Virginie Ledoyen, Benoît
Magimel.
Quad Cinema, 255-8800

SURVIVING PICASSO“, by James Ivory. Starring Anthony Hopkins,
Natascha McElhone, Julianne Moore.
Sony Paris Fine Art, 980-5656

ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES

32 Second Avenue, 505 5110, 505 5181.
Jan 2 at 6pm: GEORGE MELIES I (1898-1910, 60 min.)
Jan 3 at 7pm: GEORGE MELIES II (Hand tinted in color, 1898-1910, 50
min.)
Jan 4 at 6:30pm: GEORGE MELIES III (50 min.)
Jan 7 at 7pm: LES DAMES DU BOIS DE BOULOGNE (Robert Bresson, 1942, 83
min.)
Jan 8 at 7pm: A DAY IN THE COUNTRY (Jean Renoir, 1936, 40 min.) et LA
REGLE ET L’EXCEPTION – JEAN RENOIR (André Labarthe, 1967, 95 min.)
Jan 10 at 9pm: LA POISON (Sacha Guitry, 1951, 85 min.)
Jan 11 at 9:30pm: LA POISON (Sacha Guitry, 1951, 85 min.)
Jan 13 at 9pm: SI VERSAILLES M’ETAIT CONTE (Sacha Guitry, 1953, 165
min.)
Jan 14 at 7:30pm: DIARY OF A COUNTRY PRIEST (Robert Bresson, 1950, 120
min.), and at 9pm: LES TROIS FONT LA PAIRE (Sacha Guitry, Clément
Dubour, 1957, 84 min.)
Jan 15 at 9pm: ASSASSINS ET VOLEURS (Sacha Guitry, 1956, 83 min.)
Jan 16 at 9pm: REMONTONS LES CHAMPS ELYSEES (Sacha Guitry, 1938, 87
min.)
Jan 21 at 7pm: A MAN ESCAPED (Robert Bresson, 1956, 100 min.)
Jan 25 at 4pm: 2 X 50 YEARS OF FRENCH CINEMA (Jean-Luc Godard, 1995,
52 min., video)
Jan 26 at 4pm: 2 X 50 YEARS OF FRENCH CINEMA (Jean-Luc Godard, 1995,
52 min., video)
Jan 28 at 6pm: PICKPOCKET (Robert Bresson, 1959, 75 min.)
Jan 29 at 7pm: JOHN CASSAVETES (Andre Labarthe) and SHADOWS (John
Cassavetes, 1959, 87 min.)

MUSEUMS

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
5th Avenue at 82nd Street, (212) 879-5500.
“Eugène Cuvelier, Photographer in the Circle of Corot”
More than any other photographer, Cuvelier photographed the Forest of
Fontainebleau in the late 1860’s in close association with Corot,
Millet, Rousseau, and other painters of the Barbizon School. His
forest studies reveal a photographer of painterly sensibility, adept
at rendering delicate light and palpable atmosphere. This exhibition
presents a selection of approximately 45 exquisite prints and is timed
to coincide with the Corot exhibition at the Metropolitan.
Through January 12, 1997
“Corot”
Organized on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the artist’s
birth, this is the first American retrospective in 35 years of the art
of Camille Corot (1796-1875). Comprised of some 150 paintings gathered
from private and public collections around the world, the exhibition
treats the entire career of the artist, one of France’s greatest
landscape painters. Dating from the early 1820’s to the mid-1870’s,
the paintings chart Corot’s evolution as an artist, from the
observations of the real landscape that define his early works to the
imaginary idyll of his later years.
Through January 19, 1997
“Christian Dior”
“Christian Dior,” an exhibition celebrating the remarkable
achievements of one of the greatest designers of the 20th century,
will open on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Dior “New
Look” of 1947.
Dec 12 through March 23, 1997.

DAHESH MUSEUM
601 Fifth Avenue, at 48th St., (212) 759-0606.
“Jean-Leon Gerome and the Classical Imagination.” Paintings and
Sculpture.
Through Feb 15, 1997.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM
200 Eastern Parkway, at prospect Park, (718) 638-5000.
“In the light of Italy: Corot and Early Open-air Painting.” Oil
studies by 40 artists working in Italy.
Through Jan 12, 1997.

WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
945 Madison Avenue, 570-3633
“New York Dada: 1915-1923.” First comprehensive study of the group of
New York-based artists who formed the American branch of the Dada
movement, such as Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Jean Crotti, Man
Ray, among others.
Through Feb 23.

GALLERIES

MAN RAY AT RUE FEROU” (1951-1976), exhibitions of works made by the
artist at his studio on Rue Férou in Paris where he lived from 1951
until his death.
Zabriskie Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, 752-1223.
Through Jan 4.

EDWINA SANDYS and MARIA COOPER JANIS, FRIENDS OF GEORGE SAND“.
Paintings and works on paper.
Hofstra Museum, 109 Hofstra University, Hempstead, 516 463-5669.
Through Jan 12.

EDOUARD PRULHIERE and GHADA AMER.
Elizabeth Fiore, 249 West 29th Street, 629 7832.
Through Jan 15.

MAKING PICTURES, WOMEN AND PHOTOGRAPHY, 1975-NOW
A group of exhibition with Sophie Calle, Valérie Jouve, Karen Knorr
and Anette Messager with other artists.
Nicole Klagsbrun, 80 Mercer Street, 925 5157.
Through Jan 18.

ZAO WOU-KI, “ENCRES DE CHINE 1982-1996 – A TRIBUTE TO PIERRE MATISSE
Lyrical drawings of nature by this artist born in Peking and now a
French citizen.
Jan Krugier Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, 755 7288.
Through Jan 20.

RON LEVIN, Canadian photographer.
Studio du Québec, NY, for more information call 212 843 0785.

THEATER

SCAPIN by Molière, adapted by Bill Irwin and Mark O’Dowell,
interpreted and directed by Bill Irwin. Production of the Roundabout
Theater Company.
Laura Pels Theater, 1530 broadway at 45th street, 869 8400

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE by Beaumarchais, directed by John Rando and
translated by Michael Feingold with music composed by Thomas Cabaniss.
Cast led by Pearl resident company members: Arnie Burton and John
Wylie.
Jan 18. Special family shows on Dec 25 at 8pm, and Jan 1 at 2pm.
Pearl Theater Company, 80 St Mark’s Place, 598 9802

THE REHEARSAL by Anouilh, translated by Jeremy Sams, directed by
Nicholas Martin.
Through Jan 6.
Roundabout Theater, 1530 Broadway at 45th street, 869 8400.

TELEVISION

CANAPE.
The first television show regarding the French cultural scene in
America, Canapé deals with a wide range of French-cultural events
taking place in New York. Its purpose is to present to the American
audience a French-speaking program (with American summaries) that will
be enjoyable as well as compelling.
CUNY TV Channel 75, every third Thursday of the month, after Bouillon
de Culture. At 9:30am, 3:30pm and 9:30pm.

LETTRES DE FRANCE
A French language program which can help improve your skills in
French. Suitable for all ages – especially geared toward young
audiences. Every third Thursday of the month, after Canapé at 9:10am,
3:10pm, and 9:10pm.

BOUILLON DE CULTURE
Hosted by Bernard Pivot. CUNY TV Channel 75. Thursdays at 8am, 12, 4
and 8pm. Saturdays at at 12:30pm and Sundays at 6:30pm.

SPECIAL TOUR!

EUROPEAN COMICS:ANOTHER IMAGE
Les oeuvres de 92 auteurs européens de bandes dessinées seront
presentés aux Etats-Unis jusqu’en Juin 1997, dans le cadre de
l’exposition itinérante European Comics: Another Image.
Du 6 au 28 février 1997, à Dade Public Library à Miami.
Du 6 au 26 mars, à Boston Public Library, 666 Boylston Street, PO Box
286, Boston, MA 02117.
Du 12 avril au 22 mai, à New Iberia Main Library, 445 East Main
Street, New Iberia, LA 70560.
Du 30 mai au 30 juin 1997, a Chicago, à la 13th Annual Printer Row
Book fair.

CANADIAN EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
For more information, call (212) 843 0785.
January: “Saga of the Wet Hands”, by Jovette Marchessault.
A play produced by the the Beaver College and presented at Beaver
College, Glenside, PA.
Jan 19: The artist soprano Dominique Labelle is the special guest of
Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
Carnegie Hall, NYC.
Jan 22 to 25: International Showcase 97 of Performing Arts for Young
People.
Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Jan 23 to 26: One-man show by Roxanne D’Orleans.
Cunningham Studio, NYC.
Jan 29 Le Black Theater Workshop
Stockton State College, Ponoma, NJ
Feb 1 Arts Connection presents “Mur-Mur” by Dynamo Theater.
Feb 1 Cirque Eloize
Staller Center, Stonybrook, NY
Feb 2 Cirque Eloize
State Theater, New Brunswick, NJ

SPECIAL EVENT !

MONTREAL FASHION ON ICE SHOW.
Rockefeller Center Ice Rink.
An all new show is scheduled for January 20, 1997 at 6pm.
Featuring the award winning designs of proven market leaders, the
Montreal Fashions on Ice Show will showcase the best in men’s, women’s
and children’s wear. New participants this year include Creations
Joseph Ribkoff International, the fashion forward women’s wear line
destined to capture America’s heart like it has captured Germany’s;
American Utex International Men’s Outwear Division and Tailored
Clothing Division, both respected innovators in men’s wear; Françoise
Bouthillier, a lomg time favorite for girls; Les Collections magi, an
up-and-coming children’s sportswear line; Robin International, an
undisputed leader in children’s outwear.
Peerless, Turbulence by Simon Sébag, Hilary Radley, Dino gaspari and
J.A. Besner and Sons, recognized trend-setters needing no
introduction, will again showcase their newest collections for winter
97-98 at the Montreal Fashions on Ice Show.

 

 

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EXPOSITIONS

“Rodin, les Marbres de la Collection Thyssen”
Jusqu’au 5 janvier
Musée Rodin
01 44 18 61 10

“Paris, de Clovis à Dagobert”
Jusqu’au 5 janvier
Hotel de Ville
01 42 76 40 40

“Madame de Sévigné”
A l’occasion du troisième centenaire de la mort de la célèbre
épistolière, qui habita l’hôtel Carnavalet de 1677 à 1696. Portraits,
meubles et souvenirs. Intérêt historique, sociologique et littéraires
de ses lettres.
Jusqu’au 12 janvier
Musée Carnavalet
01 42 72 21 13

“La Griffe et la Dent”.
Sculptures d’animaux par Antoine-Louis Barye (1795-1875). Aile
Richelieu.
“Nouvelles acquisitions du département des Peintures”
(1991-1995) Hall Napoléon.
Jusqu’au 13 janvier
Musée du Louvre
01 40 20 51 51

“Jésus Rafael Soto”
Jusqu’au 15 février
Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume. 01 47 03 12 50

“Face à l’Histoire (1933-1996)
Jusqu’au 7 avril
Centre Georges Pompidou
01 44 78 12 33

Série d’expositions sur les 6 péchés capitaux: ” L’Avarice”
Jusqu’au 10 mars
Centre Georges Pompidou
01 44 78 12 33

Exposition Photos:
“Cecil Beaton”
Jusqu’au 30 mars
Hôtel de Sully
01 42 74 30 60

“Les Années 30, entre nostalgie et industrie”
Jusqu’au 15 avril
Musées des Monuments FranÁais. 01 44 05 39 10

SALONS ET SPECTACLES

Spectacle de sortie des étudiants de la 8ème promotion de l’Ecole
Supérieure des Arts du Cirque
10 janvier – 19 janvier
Espace chapiteau du Parc et Grande Halle de la Villette
27 43 56 50

Anne Roumanoff : “Les Hommes et les Enfants d’abord”
One-man-show humoristique
Jusqu’au 31 décembre
Théatre Daunou
01 42 61 69 14

“Journée de la Composition”
31 janvier – 2 février
Cité de la Musique
01 40 40 46 46

THEATRELe Musée du Louvre le soir

 

“Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme”,
de Molière
Mise en scène: Jérôme Savary. Avec François Borysse, Vanessa Dvraine,
Michel Dussarat, Catherine Jacob
Jusqu’au 28 décembre
Thé’tre National de Chaillot
01 47 27 81 15

“Colombe” de Jean Anouilh.

Mise en scène Michel Fagadau. Avec Geneviève Casile, Jacques Dufilho,
Valérie Karsenti, Yannick Soulier.
Jusqu’au 31 décembre
Comédie des Champs-Elysées
01 53 23 99 19

“Kinkali”, de Arnaud Bedouet
Mise en scène: Philippe Adrien
9 janvier – 2 mars
Théâtre national de la Colline
01 44 62 52 52

“Macbeth”, William Shakespeare
Mise en scène: Kathrina Thalbach
23 janvier – 8 mars
Thé’tre National de Chaillot
01 45 05 14 50

DANSE

“Béjart Ballet Lausanne”
Chorégraphies de maurice Béjart
17 janvier – 9 février
Théâtre National de Chaillot

CONCERTS

“Voix et Sonorités du Moyen-Age”
Concerts de musique médiévale et conférences
Jusqu’en juin 97
Musée National du Moyen-Age et des Thermes de Cluny
01 53 73 78 00

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