03 August 2017

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ART EXHIBITIONS:

Alexander Calder, “Calder: Hypermobility,” (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City: 06.09-10.23.17).

Asger Jorn, permanent collection, (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk).

“Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends,” (Museum of Modern Art, New York City: 05.21-09.17.17).

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Farnsworth House, Plano, Illinois.

BOOKS:

“Baldwin: Collected Essays,” (The Library of America: 1998), edited by Toni Morrison, written by James Baldwin, non-fiction.

“Chris Marker: A Grin Without a Cat,” (Whitechapel Gallery: 2014), edited by Chris Darke and Habda Rashid, artist monograph.

“Ernst Haas: Color Correction,” (Steidl: 2011), edited by William A Ewing, artist monograph.

“Hitchcock/Truffaut,” (Simon & Schuster: 1984), by François Truffaut, non-fiction.

“The Hundred Brothers,” (Picador: 2011), by Donald Antrim, fiction.

“Introduction To A True History Of Cinema And Television,” (caboose: 2014), by Jean-Luc Godard, non-fiction.

“JR,” (Dalkey Archive: 2012), by William Gaddis, fiction.

FILMS:

“Bresson: Without a Trace,” 1965 “Cinéastes de notre temps” episode directed by François Weyergans, documentary film.

“Chimes at Midnight” (Alpine Films, Internacional Films: 1965), directed by Orson Welles, narrative film.

“Daguerreotypes,” (Ciné Tamaris: 1978), directed by Agnès Varda’s, documentary film.

“The Dignity of the Nobodies,” (Distribution Company, Ad Vitam Distribution: 2005), directed by Fernando E. Solanas, documentary film.

“Get Out,” (Universal Pictures: 2017), directed by Jordan Peele, narrative film.

“Histoire(s) du cinema,” (Gaumont, Canal+: 1988-1998), directed by Jean-Luc Godard, essay film.

“I Am Not Your Negro” (Magnolia Pictures: 2017), directed by Raoul Peck, documentary film.

“MASH,” (Twentieth Century Fox: 1970), directed by Robert Altman, narrative film.

“A New Leaf,” (Paramount Pictures: 1971), directed by Elaine May, narrative film.

“The Right Stuff,” (Warner Bros.: 1983), directed by Philip Kaufman, narrative film.

“Risk,” (Praxis Films, Neon: 2016), directed by Laura Poitras, documentary film.