1 March 2017

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ART EXHIBITIONS:

Max Beckmann, “Max Beckmann in New York,”

(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: 10.19.16-02.20.17).

Stuart Davis, “In Full Swing,” (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.: 11.20.16-03.05.17)

László Moholy-Nagy, “Future Present,” (Art Institute of Chicago: 10.02.16-01.03.17).

Francis Picabia, “Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction,” (Museum of Modern Art, New York: November 2016 to 03/19/17)

Mark Rothko, “The Rothko Room,” (The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.: permanent exhibit).

Various Brazilian Artists, “Antropofagia Y Modernized Colección Fadel,” (MALBA, Buenos Aires: 11.25.16-02.26.17)

BOOKS:

“Woodcutters,” (Vintage International: 2010,), by Thomas Bernhard, fiction.

“Homage to Catalonia,” (Mariner Books: 2015), by George Orwell, non-fiction.

FILMS:

“The Battered Bastards of Baseball,” (Netflix: 2014), directed by Chapman and Maclain Way, non-fiction film.

“Blazing Saddles,” order viagra online canada (Warner Bros.: 1974), directed by Mel Brooks, narrative film.

“Channel Zero,” (Universal Cable Productions: 2016-), directed by Craig William Macneill, narrative series.

“The Draughtsman’s Contract,” (British Film Institute: 1982), by Peter Greenaway, narrative film.

“The Original Kings of Comedy,” (40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks: 2000), directed by Spike Lee, concert film.

“Man In The High Castle,” (Amazon Studios: 2015-), developed by Frank Spotnitz, narrative series.

“The Manchurian Candidate,” (United Artists: 1962), directed by John Frankenheimer, narrative film.

“One Week,” (Metro Pictures Corporation: 1920), directed by Buster Keaton, narrative film.

“Slap Shot,” (Universal Pictures: 1977), George Roy Hill, narrative film.

“Western,” (Netflix, 2015), directed by Turner Ross and Bill Ross IV, documentary film.