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!Women Art Revolution

Directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson and scored by Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein, !Women Art Revolution traces the history and influence of modern feminist art as a collective movement, from its incubation in the 1960s to its artistic and political evolution in the following decades. Featuring interviews with and works by seminal artists, historians, curators and critics [...]

‘You have to feel the words coming out of silence.’

For the next week, Stephen Kijak’s documentary Scott Walker: 30 Century Man will be playing at the IFC Center. The film covers the career of the legendarily reclusive musician and his shift from teen heartthrob to proper artist – from his early days with the Walker Brothers, in 1966 the biggest group in England, to [...]

Beautiful Losers

So the film- based on the book, based on the movement, based around the gallery- comes out this weekend at IFC. Beautiful Losers is a documentary based around the DIY and street art movement in New York in the early to mid 90′s, that was shaped and supported by Aaron Rose and his Alleged Gallery. [...]

Weekend as Verb

Artwork by Elizabeth Peyton This past weekend was a pretty ambitious one, and, as such, potentially worthy of blogging about: Friday night my friends Kara, Kyra and I trekked up and over to Music Hall of Williamsburg to see Teddy Thompson, supported by The Grey Race and warbling nymph sister act, The Pierces – who did [...]