IN ADDITION: 2019 / SECOND QUARTER

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ART EXHIBITIONS:

“The Broken Kilometer,” Walter De Maria (Dia: long-term view) [link: https://www.diaart.org/visit/visit/walter-de-maria-the-broken-kilometer-new…].

“Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940-1950,” (Cleveland Museum of Art: 03.23.19-06/09/19) [link: https://www.clevelandart.org/exhibitions/gordon-parks-new-tide-early-work-1…].

“Mark Rothko,” (Kunst Historisches Museum Wien: 03.12.19-06.30.19) [link: https://rothko.khm.at/en/]

“Joan Mitchell: I carry my landscapes with me,“ (David Zwirner: 05.03.19-07.12.19) [link: https://www.davidzwirner.com/exhibitions/i-carry-my-landscapes-around-me].

“The New York Earth Room,” Walter De Maria (Dia: long-term view) [link: https://www.diaart.org/visit/visit/walter-de-maria-the-new-york-earth-room-…].

“Permanent Collection: Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Caravaggio,” (Kunst Historisches Museum Wien) [link: https://www.khm.at/en/].

“Tony Smith: Source, Tau, Throwback,” (Pace Gallery: 04.26.19-07.26.19) [link: https://www.pacegallery.com/exhibitions/13033/source-tau-throwback].

“Vertigo: Op Art and a History of Deception 1520-1970,” (mumok: 05.25.19-10/26/19) [link: https://www.mumok.at/en/events/vertigo].

BOOKS:

“77 Dream Songs,” (Farrar, Strauss and Giroux: 2014), written by John Berryman, poetry.

“A Frank O’Hara Notebook,” (no place press: 2019), collected, edited, written by Bill Berkson, poetry and non-fiction.

“Jorinde Voigt: Nexus,” (Hatje Cantz: 2011), edited by Julia Klüser, artist monograph.

“Joseph Albers in Mexico,” (Guggenheim Museum Publications: 2017), written by Lauren Hinkson, artist monograph.

“Richard Serra/Hal Foster: Conversations about Sculpture,” (Yale University Press: 2018), interviews with Richard Serra edited by Hal Foster.

“Roth Time: A Dieter Roth Retrospective,“ (The Museum of Modern Art/Lars Müller Publishers: 2003), edited by Theodora Fischer and Bernadette Walter, translated by Catherine Schelbert, artist monograph.

FILMS/TELEVISION:

“Accident,” (London Independent Producers: 1967), directed by Joseph Losey, narrative film.

“Arctic” (Aromory Films: 2018), directed by Joe Penna, narrative film.

“The Big Sleep,” (Warner Bros: 1946), Howard Hawks, narrative film.

“Birds of Passage” (Ciudad Lunar Productions: 2018), directed by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, narrative film.

“Chernobyl,” (HBO: 2019), created by Craig Mazin, directed by Johan Renck, docudrama mini-series.

“The Cool School,” (Tremolo Productions: 2008), directed by Morgan Neville, documentary film.

Dave Chappelle’s “Block Party” (Rogue Pictures/Focus Features: 2005), directed by Michel Gondry, performance/documentary film.

“Deadwood”: season 1, 2, and 3,” (HBO: 2004/2005), created by David Milch, narrative series.

“Diner,” (MGM: 1982), directed by Barry Levinson, narrative film.

“In Search of Greatness” (IMG Films: 2018), directed by Gabe Polsky, documentary film.

“Opening Night,” (Faces Distribution: 1977), directed by John Cassavetes, narrative film.

“Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, Episode 265: Motown Blues,” (HBO: 2019), correspondent David Scott, documentary film.

“Three Days of the Condor,” (Paramount Pictures: 1975), directed by Sydney Pollack, narrative film.

“What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali,” (HBO: 2019), directed by Antoine Fuqua, documentary film.