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: […]
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
From In Secret, All images © Friederike Von Rauch Cheap & Plastique‘s Violet Shuraka interviews Berlin-based photographer Friederike Von Rauch for issue #12. See more of Friederike’s work here. C & P: You live and work in Berlin. How long have you been working there? Friederike: My whole life, I grew up in former West […]
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
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!
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 […]