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Art: Unity of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt and the Americas Exhibition. The first exhibition in New York to focus on the intrepid Prussian explorer, scientist, diplomat, and author Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), who traveled from 1799 to 1804 throughout modern-day Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, and Cuba. ... details

Art: Joyride. A special exhibition of works by an international group of artists - including Swiss artist Urs Fischer - celebrating the bicycle: a visual expression of the urban cycling movement. ... details

Art: Nina Lola Bachhuber: Ready or Not. A group exhibition curated by Shlomit Dror... details

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Art: Katharina Grosse: Just Two of Us . For the past two decades, Katharina Grosse (b. 1961, Germany) has pushed the limits of painting, expanding the traditional notion of the canvas in both form and content. ... details

Music & Performance: What Dreams May Come . Anew multi media solo dance piece by award winning German/Turkish choreographer Nejla Yatkin in part supported by the Turkish Cultural Foundation. ... details

Music & Performance: TRIO ALBA. The Austrian Cultural Forum New York presents a concert by the Austrian Trio Alba, performing works by Joseph Haydn, Kelly-Marie Murphy, and Felix Mendelssohn. ... details

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Communities: Warm Up 2014. Outdoor music series introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, and DJs - both local and international, including Germany - across a range of genres.... details

Art: The Bronx Meets Vienna. Austrian photographer Thomas Stubbings presents pictures he took of the borough - its buildings and people - alongside pictures of his native Vienna, dramatically illustrating the stark differences, as well as the striking similarities.... details

Music & Performance: What Dreams May Come . Anew multi media solo dance piece by award winning German/Turkish choreographer Nejla Yatkin in part supported by the Turkish Cultural Foundation. ... details

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Art: The St. Petersburg Paradox. Based upon the theory of the same name developed by 18th century Swiss mathematicians, brothers Nicolaus and Daniel Bernoulli, The St. Petersburg Paradox invites artists to consider notions of risk aversion, expected value, and gaming.... details

Art: Susanne Hofer: Light Bulb Magic. Swiss artist Susanne Hofer in a solo exhibition.... details

Music & Performance: Mostly Mozart. The Festival's musical heart: Outstanding performances led by Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director Louis Langrée and dynamic guest conductors from around the world. ... details

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Art: Katharina Grosse: Just Two of Us . For the past two decades, Katharina Grosse (b. 1961, Germany) has pushed the limits of painting, expanding the traditional notion of the canvas in both form and content. ... details

Music & Performance: What Dreams May Come . Anew multi media solo dance piece by award winning German/Turkish choreographer Nejla Yatkin in part supported by the Turkish Cultural Foundation. ... details

Music & Performance: Mostly Mozart. The Festival's musical heart: Outstanding performances led by Renée and Robert Belfer Music Director Louis Langrée and dynamic guest conductors from around the world. ... details

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Art: Nina Lola Bachhuber: Ready or Not. A group exhibition curated by Shlomit Dror... details

Restaurants & Bars: 31 Days of German Riesling. They say it takes 30 days to acquire a new habit. So embrace the path of self-improvement with the "31 Days of German Riesling," a celebration of Germany's most famous wine varietal. Over 100 restaurants and wine shops to celebrate Riesling all summer lo... details

Art: The Bronx Meets Vienna. Austrian photographer Thomas Stubbings presents pictures he took of the borough - its buildings and people - alongside pictures of his native Vienna, dramatically illustrating the stark differences, as well as the striking similarities.... details

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Art: Living with Pop. A Reproduction of Capitalist Realism. ... details

Art: Self-Timer Stories. The leitmotif of this exhibition is the creation of a self-portrait via self-timer. This practice, popular both in everyday life and in art, reciprocates with technical developments.... details

Communities: Warm Up 2014. Outdoor music series introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, and DJs - both local and international, including Germany - across a range of genres.... details

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