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World’s Largest Contemporary Land Art Project Presented at 18th Street Arts...

SANTA MONICA, CA.- Australian artist Andrew Rogers presents the first exhibition devoted to the entire Rhythms of Life project, the world’s largest contemporary land art undertaking. From May 7-28, the non-profit arts organization 18th Street Art...

"Andrew Rogers: Time and Space" on View at the 18th Street...

Santa Monica, CA.- From May 7 through 28 May , the 18th Street Arts Center will present "Andrew Rogers: Time and Space", a selection of 68 large-scale photographs of Rogers’s ground-breaking outdoor art project. The exhibition will showcase aerial ...

Acclaimed American Artist Bill Viola’s The Quintet of the Unseen at...

LONDON.- Blain|Southern presents The Quintet of the Unseen, a large-scale video work by the acclaimed American artist Bill Viola. On view from 9 February through 26 March 2011. Imitating the composition of a Renaissance painting, five actors stand clos...

Controversial Video by David Wojnarowicz "A Fire in My Belly" on...

NEW YORK, NY.- David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly is now on view at the New Museum through January 23, 2011. David Wojnarowicz is a widely respected artist whose first U.S. retrospective was held at the New Museum in 1999. The film, A Fire in ...

Controversial Video by David Wojnarowicz "A Fire in My Belly" on...

NEW YORK, NY.- David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly is now on view at the New Museum through January 23, 2011. David Wojnarowicz is a widely respected artist whose first U.S. retrospective was held at the New Museum in 1999. The film, A Fire in ...

Sundaram Tagore’s Film "The Poetics of Color: Natvar Bhavsar" to Have...

NEW YORK, NY.- The Poetics of Color: Natvar Bhavsar, a documentary by gallerist and art historian Sundaram Tagore, will premiere at the prestigious Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council film festival, the same festival that launched Mira Nair's The Names...

Long Lost Charlie Chaplin Film to Debut at Virginia Festival

ARLINGTON, VA (AP).-A short silent comedy that was lost for decades holds a big surprise for film buffs and historians when a familiar face emerges from the bushes in police uniform and that unforgettable mustache. The 1914 film, "A Thief Catcher," was...

Visual Acoustics

Visual Acoustics, directed by Eric Bricker, is a reflective documentary with beautiful imagery on the life and work of Julius Shulman, the eminent architectural photographer of modernist homes and buildings. Most of the 84 minute film, which opened on ...

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