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Crossing the Line 2010
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What the Press is Saying About Crossing the Line 2010

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“This year the French Institute Alliance Française’s marvelous genre-busting event encompasses themes as disparate as human sculpture and urban farming.”
The New York Times, September 10, 2010

Crossing the Line…features not just dance but also performance, theater, visual art, music, film and even food. Sometimes when the safety net of genres is pulled away, the world opens up. Crossing the Line dismantles labels by rendering them meaningless. No art form is the star; ideas are. On this stage the lack of classifications is something to celebrate.”
The New York Times, September 2, 2010

“Part of the charm of Crossing the Line is that it is always a touch more playful than esoteric.”
The New York Times, September 2, 2010

Ryoji Ikeda’s datamatics [ver. 2.0] named must-see show by Time Out New York!
Time Out New York, September 8, 2010

Links to recent articles:

Time Out New York – September 16, 2010
Bouchra Ouizguen: Hear Morocco in Madame Plaza
By Gia Kourlas

The New York Times – September 12, 2010
Evoking Collective Memories of a Dark Day
Features Raimund Hoghe's Skyroom Project
By Gia Kourlas

The New York Times – September 12, 2010
The Noises of Modern Life, Ending in a Bombardment
By Steve Smith

Huffington Post – September 9, 2010
A County Fair With City Flair Grows in Brooklyn
By Kerry Trueman

The Record – September 9, 2010
Farm City: Where Are You Growing celebrates Brooklyn's agriculture
By Sachi Fujimori

Time Out New York – September 8, 2010
Fall Preview: Dance
Features Bouchra Ouizguen/Madame Plaza and Jérôme Bel/Cédric Andrieux
By Gia Kourlas

Time Out New York – September 8, 2010
Cédric Andrieux: Jérôme Bel strikes again with a new portrait of a dancer.
By Gia Kourlas

Time Out New York – September 8, 2010
Ryoji Ikeda: datamatics [ver. 2.0] / The weekend’s Must-See Shows

Time Out New York – September 8, 2010
Crossing the Line 2010: Farm City
By Audrey Tempelsman

Time Out New York – September 8, 2010
Farm City Fair: Fete Brooklyn’s urban agriculture movement at the Crossing the Line festival.
By Chris Schonberger

The New York Times – September 2, 2010
Time to Put Choreography Back on Its Feet
By Gia Kourlas

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