“The Power Was in the Conversations, So I Knew I Had to Help the Viewer to Hear Them”: Tomasz Wolski on his Doc Fortnight-Debuting 1970

by Lauren Wissotin Directors, Interviewson Feb 27, 2022 1970, An Ordinary Country, Doc Fortnight,  Documentary, Museum of Modern Art, Tomasz Wolski Tomasz Wolski’s 1970 is a riveting work of ingenious artistry. (And one of the highlights of last November’s IDFA, where it screened in the Best of Fests section.) It was during that chaotic titular year that food prices skyrocketed, and Gdansk’s striking shipyard… More “The Power Was in the Conversations, So I Knew I Had to Help the Viewer to Hear Them”: Tomasz Wolski on his Doc Fortnight-Debuting 1970

Wreckers of Civilization : Marcus Werner Hed and Dan Fox on their Doc Fortnight-premiering Other, Like Me: The Oral History of COUM Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle

by Lauren Wissotin Directors, Interviewson Feb 27, 2022 Dan Fox, Doc Fortnight, Documentary, Marcus Werner Hed,  Dan Fox, Doc Fortnight, Documentary, Marcus Werner Hed,  of Modern Art, Other Like Me: The Oral History of COUM Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle Marcus Werner Hed and Dan Fox’s Other, Like Me: The Oral History of COUM Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle, which NY-premiered February 24 as part of this year’s… More Wreckers of Civilization : Marcus Werner Hed and Dan Fox on their Doc Fortnight-premiering Other, Like Me: The Oral History of COUM Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle

How Can Museums Break Away From White Privilege?

Following cogent survey of the modern art museum’s history, The Art Museum in Modern Times turns to a challenging discussion of the present problems of modern museums. by David Carrier Charles Saumarez Smith served as director of the National Portrait Gallery in London from 1994 to 2002 and director of the National Gallery in London from 2002 to… More How Can Museums Break Away From White Privilege?

The Joyful Return of a Trans Icon and Electronic Music Pioneer

In the 36 years since recording the seminal Keyboard Fantasies, Beverly Glenn-Copeland has risen from elusive singer-songwriter to global phenomenon. by Billy Anania In “Ever New,” electronic artist Beverly Glenn-Copeland greets the coming of new life over lush, ambient soundscapes. The opening track to his 1986 album Keyboard Fantasies parallels the changing seasons with birth and death, evoking the cycles of renewal that… More The Joyful Return of a Trans Icon and Electronic Music Pioneer

Abstractions Inspired by Light and Space Are an Exciting Perceptual Experience

These are works in the tradition of Light and Space, but instead of light, Brian Wills works with the earthy media of paint and colored thread. by Daniel Gerwin LOS ANGELES — The pendulum of art world enthusiasm swings periodically from one pole to the other, focusing attention on one set of ideas while ignoring others… More Abstractions Inspired by Light and Space Are an Exciting Perceptual Experience

Mies van der Rohe’s Forgotten Frat House Design Is Resurrected and Repurposed

The newly unveiled 60-foot-wide, 140-foot-long steel and glass building is an exemplar of Mies’s signature understated but innovative style. by Lauren Moya Ford More than 70 years after its inception, a forgotten Mies van der Rohe architectural design has finally been realized. This week, Indiana University opened its Mies van der Rohe building to students, faculty, and the… More Mies van der Rohe’s Forgotten Frat House Design Is Resurrected and Repurposed

AI-Generated Andy Warhol Will Star in Forthcoming Netflix Docuseries

The Andy Warhol Diaries will be narrated by the artist himself — sort of. by Sarah Rose Sharp It is hard to imagine a less reliable narrator than Andy Warhol, but a forthcoming docuseries set to debut next month on Netflix intends to cast him as one. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology will be used to recreate the artist’s… More AI-Generated Andy Warhol Will Star in Forthcoming Netflix Docuseries

Intermingling Ancient Greek and West African Mythologies to Tell New Stories

Harmonia Rosales: Entwined brought together multiple departments and resources to accentuate the global power of mythology and center Black women. by Sarah E. Bond Santa Barbara, CA — In January, a new exhibition focused on the work of Afro-Cuban American artist Harmonia Rosales opened at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Harmonia Rosales: Entwined intermingles… More Intermingling Ancient Greek and West African Mythologies to Tell New Stories

RELIVE THE DIGITAL MAGIC OF THE 2022 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL NOW

by Bailey Pennick It’s been an epic journey to get here, to the end of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, and like any good saga, there have been twists and turns along the way. Even with these shifts, our goal to highlight the newest and most innovative voices in independent filmmaking never wavered, and, for… More RELIVE THE DIGITAL MAGIC OF THE 2022 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL NOW

Le visage comme plurivers, par Gilles Pandel, photographe

Publié par FABIENRIBERY ©Gilles Pandel « A la moitié du chemin de la vraie vie, nous étions environnés d’une sombre mélancolie, qu’ont exprimés tant de mots railleurs et tristes, dans le café de la jeunesse perdue. » (Guy Debord) Catalogue éponyme de l’exposition ayant eu lieu à Toulouse à l’automne 2021, Ce que je vis présente l’œuvre de Gilles Pandel,… More Le visage comme plurivers, par Gilles Pandel, photographe

Ne pas déserter, l’hôpital en guerre, par Cédric Gerbehaye, photographe

Publié par FABIENRIBERY ©Cédric Gerbehaye Conçu comme un hommage aux personnels soignants ayant travaillé sans relâche lors des trois premières vagues de Covid-19 (mars 2020-été 2021), Zoonose, du photojournaliste Cédric Gerbehaye, est un livre nécessaire et douloureux. Nous n’avions pas toujours envie de savoir, mais la réalité du travail des soignants étaient harassantes, décourageantes, désespérantes, qui essayaient… More Ne pas déserter, l’hôpital en guerre, par Cédric Gerbehaye, photographe

Hauteurs de Goethe, écrivain

Publié par FABIENRIBERY « Rien d’étonnant à ce que nous nous complaisions tous plus ou moins dans la médiocrité car elle nous laisse en repos, nous donnant le sentiment confortable de traiter avec des semblables. » Œuvre d’une vie, les Maximes et réflexions de Goethe, écrites çà et là sur des bouts de papiers, des brouillons, des feuilles volantes, des… More Hauteurs de Goethe, écrivain