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A year after her death, the world of Kaari Upson continues to grow. “Never, never ever, never in my life, never in all my born days, never in all my life, never”—an exhibition of some of her final works, including

Her landmark performance work—solo and group—her films and kinetic assemblages, her paintings and multimedia installations. In a series of gallery exhibitions and public programs, screenings, and events, CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN—BODY POLITIC brings it all together at the Barbican, her first major

Early on in the explosive new sight and sound spectacle MOONAGE DAYDREAM—a kaleidoscopic, experiential take on David Bowie’s art and philosophy by documentarian Brett Morgen—footage of the transcendent performance of “Wild-Eyed Boy from Freecloud” and its segue into “All the

“A door swung open in the late 1960s. Nothing that big or bright had ever happened, and in so many American cities. And someone, something, sprang up and slammed it shut. 1967 had given the Establishment proof that something was

Taciturn, gloriously reptilian, and profoundly alone, María (Teresa Sánchez) runs her rural Jalisco tequila factory with a stern butchness that cannot forestall a series of events that threaten everything she's worked for. A plague is wiping out her agave crop,

For the long-awaited opening of the exhibition JOAN JONAS at Haus der Kunst—originally scheduled for 2018—the artist will present performances of Mirror Piece I & II (1969/2018). And in November, the museum will host the European premiere of Jonas’ new Out

François Ozon’s PETER VON KANT—a genuflection and almost-camp homage—is a loose adaptation of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant. Gender-switched to accommodate a more realistic portrayal of the German director’s obsession with actor Günther Kaufmann, PETER

In middle age, Highsmith allowed herself to be interviewed on a number of television programs and filmed for several documentaries, typing and smoking at her desk, walking and smoking on the grounds of her rural hideaways in France and Switzerland—a

In FUNNY PAGES, Owen Kline’s delightfully shambolic feature debut, seventeen-year-old Robert (Daniel Zolghadri) can't wait to escape the bourgeois confines of his suburban New Jersey upbringing for the wilds of downtown Trenton. Holding two jobs—a gofer for a public defender

The legendary Alain Locke—philosopher, arts scholar, Harlem Renaissance advocate—is the subject of ONCE AGAIN (STATUES NEVER DIE), the latest multi-screen installation by Isaac Julien and a companion piece of sorts to his earlier Looking for Langston (1989). Starring André Holland, this