On the occasion of DAYS OF RAGE—an online exhibition of historical LGBTQ+ activist posters curated by Andy Campbell and presented by ONE Archives at the USC Libraries—join Campbell and ONE Archives curators for conversations and tours of the collection.
Join Melissa Anderson—author of a new book on David Lynch’s INLAND EMPIRE—for a screening of the 4K remaster of the film. Presented by Acropolis Cinema and Mezzanine, copies of the monograph will be available for purchase during the event.
On the occasion of the Jewish Museum exhibition JONAS MEKAS—THE CAMERA WAS ALWAYS RUNNING, a group of Columbia University Visual Arts MFA candidates and recent alumni will present IN RESPONSE—JONAS MEKAS, a selection of new video, performance, and installation work.
This is a letter from ruangrupa, the artistic team of documenta fifteen, and the curators of the recently canceled forum We need to Talk! Art—Freedom—Solidarity, reflecting an ongoing debate in Germany around the upcoming edition of documenta. — e-flux
HAPPENING—directed and co-written by Diwan—is a masterpiece of period reconstruction and a forecast of a dark new age to come. A ticking-time-bomb thriller set in the early 1960s, when abortion was still illegal in France, the film’s unswerving focus is
As the 2022 theater season progresses and the post-pandemic audience emerges to frequent old haunts, a sense of community—onstage and off—is happily reborn at the Ahmanson with the long-awaited production of HADESTOWN, Anaïs Mitchell’s raucous remix of several mythological tales