Went to see some films by Martha Colburn at Anthology Film Archive last night. Seeing her work on the big screen is always exciting. I first saw her work in the mid-nineties, while at art school, and immediately fell in love with it. View some of her animations here: And some interviews / Art 21:
NADA at The Atrium: Rose Kallal
GO SEE: Rose Kallal NADA at The Atrium Presented with Lyles & King At the David Rubenstein Atrium 61 West 62nd Street June 1, 7:30 pm (Free and open to the public) More info here. Film stills © Rose Kallal
as doom approaches…
Watched Béla Tarr’s “The Turin Horse” last night. If you are a fan of beautifully shot, incredibly slow moving, bw foreign films, dealing with end times scenarios, then add it to your Netflix queue (available here)! Trailer: The Turin Horse, Béla Tarr
Rachel Reupke at Cubitt, London
Letter of Complaint, Rachel Reupke, at Cubitt Art Space. Opening Wednesday January 21st from 6:30 PM – 9 PM. The exhibition is up through March 1, 2015. More information here. If there were any way I could get myself to England next week I would certainly be going to this opening! If you already reside […]
American Astronaut also makes my “must re-watch” list! YOU should watch this film!
The Forbidden Zone
Making a list of films to re-watch this winter… The Forbidden Zone makes the cut!
Films on artists
So many films on artists! Well at least 2 in theaters now. If this is the new trend for subject matter in 2015, from amazing directors, then I am happy. Saw Big Eyes in the theater on Friday and want to check out Mr. Turner sometime in the very near future. Big Eyes features my […]
Highlights from the last time I wandered around Chelsea this November. Willie Doherty, The Amnesiac and other recent video and photographic works, at Alexander and Bonin Gallery. October 25, 2014 through December 6, 2014 Gallery information here, press release here. Installation view. Installation view. Installation view. Future Fear III, 2014 Future Fear IV, 2014 Still […]
Chelsea wanders part 1
Went to Chelsea two times last week to take in as many fall shows as my brain could handle. After a pretty bleak Chelsea summer (with many galleries just closing their doors completely for most of it) I was rather pleased with the work on offer this fall. I think my favorite exhibition was Laurent […]
20,000 Days on Earth
Very excited for this documentary about Nick Cave. Info on screenings here.