Posts Tagged ‘film’

MARIA LASSNIG: NEW YORK FILMS 1970–1980 // MoMA PS1

By Mary L. Coyne While spring in New York has had its share of major exhibitions by female artists—Carolee Schneemann, Adrian Piper, the group exhibition Radical Women (organized by the Hammer and touring to the Brooklyn Museum), and an outdoor rooftop installation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Huma Bhabha—one of the most remarkably[…]

HITO STEYERL // ARTISTS SPACE

by Vanessa Gravenor Hito Steyerl‘s practice encompasses theory, criticism, performance, lectures, and film essays. Her angle of criticism ranges from Kantian philosophy to pop culture humor. Within the zone of the web—Steyerl’s site in question—images transform into dialogues, are proliferated with violence, but are cast within deceptively platonic tumblr exteriors within the blogosphere. Steyerl’s videos take[…]

HANNES BÖCK // SECESSION

by Tara Plath The opening night of diverse film, video, and installation at Secession in Vienna on September 19th included the work of Hannes Böck, presented in the Grafisches Kabinett space of the galleries. For the exhibition, Böck aims his camera at the space where the Western world and non-Western world silently confront one another.[…]