08 July 2016

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ART EXHIBITIONS:

Carl Andre, “Sculpture As Place, 1958-2010,” (Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin: 05.07.16 – 09.12.16).

Hieronymus Bosch, “The 5th Centenary Exhibition,” (Museo Del Prado: 05.31.16 – 09.11.16).

“Chagall To Malevich: The Russian Avant-Gardes,” (Albertina, Vienna: 02.26.16 – 06.26.16).

Moki Cherry, “Moment,” (Moderna Museet, Stockholm: 04.07.16 – 01.08.17).

“The Maya- Language of Beauty,” (Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin: 04.12.16 – 08.07.16).

Steven Shore retrospective (C/O Berlin Foundation: 02.06.16 – 05.22.16).

Aaron Siskind, “Abstractions,” (Art Institute of Chicago: March, 2016 – 08.14.16)

John Sparagana, “Themesong Variations,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago: 03.18.16 – 04.23.16).

BOOKS:

“The Recognitions,” (Dalkey Archive Press: 2013), by William buy generic viagra usa Gaddis, fiction.

FILMS:

“8 1/2,” (Cineriz: 1963), Federico Fellini, narrative film.

“Je Tu Il Elle,” (Paradise Films: 1974), Chantal Akerman, narrative film.

“Isle of Flowers,” (Nora Goulart and Monica Schmiedt: 1989), directed by Jorge Furtado, essay film.

“One Day Pina Asked…” (Belgische Radio en Televisie: 1983), directed by Chantal Akerman, documentary film.

“Quiet Zone,” (National Film Board of Canada: 2015), directed by David Bryant and Karl Lemieux, essay film.

“Stagecoach,” (Walter Wanger Productions: 1939), John Ford, narrative film.

“A Touch of Sin,” (Koch Lorber Films: 2013), directed by Zhangke Jia, narrative film.