The happy couple Frank and Simone has everything they could ever wish for. But the happiness doesn’t last long as father Frank learns that he is going to die of an inoperable brain tumor. Suddenly, the whole family has to confront Frank’s death.
During the month of his 200th birthday, the Goethe-Institut pays tribute to Karl Marx (born May 5, 1818, Trier) and invites New Yorkers to reflect about his legacy and to discuss the contemporary relevance of his work in a series of programs, including a symposium and a number of film screenings.
Celebrate May Day and the launch of our month-long Marx Now series with a screening of Raoul Peck’s The Young Karl Marx. This film depicts Marx and Engel’s friendship, the origins of international Socialism, and the writing the Communist League’s founding document, the Manifesto of the Communist Party.
How does Karl Marx speak to our moment of extraordinary inequality, political upheaval, alienation, and exhaustion? Marx Now, a two-day symposium co-presented with the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, aims to answer these questions with a series of panels and learning sessions.
In this latest exhibition at Ludlow 38, artist Jason Loebs recasts the experience of contemplating art as a hypothetical trial. Highlights include marble slabs engraved with Teeline, a shorthand method used in courtrooms.
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