“Ansel Adams in Our Time,” (Museum of Fine Arts Boston: 12.13.18-02.24.19) [link:]

“Christopher Wool,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey: 02.08.19-03.30.19) [link:]

“Karl Wirsum,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey: 04.05.19-06.22.19) [link:]

“Group Exhibition: Rachel Harrison, Albert Oehlen, Jimmy Wright,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey: 04.05.19-06.22.19) [link:…]


“Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically,” (Verso: 2013), written by Chantal Mouffe, non-fiction.

“Daido Moriyama: Record,” (Thames & Hudson: 2009), edited by Mark Holborn, artist monograph.

“Everything Is Cinema: The Working Life of Jean-Luc Godard,” (Holt Paperbacks: 2008), written by Richard Broday, non-fiction.

“Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation,” (University of Minnesota Press: 2003), written by Gilles Deleuze, translated by Daniel W. Smith, non-fiction.

“Fred Herzog: Modern Color,” (Hatje Cantz Verlag: 2017), texts by David Campany, Michael Koetzle, and Jeff Wall, artist monograph.

“Masahisa Fukase: Ravens,” (MACK: 2017), texts by Akira Hasegawa and Tomo Kosuga, translated by Naomi Matsuyama, artist monograph.

“Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944,” (Bullfinch Press: 1994), texts by Yve-Alain Bos, Joop Joosten, Angelica Zander Rudenstine, and Hans Janssen, artist monograph.

“Solaris,” (A Harvest Book: 1987), written by Stanislaw Lem, translated from the French by Joanna Kilmartin and Steve Cox, fiction.


“Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me,” (Magnolia Pictures: 2012), directed by Drew DeNicola & Olivia Mori, documentary film.

“Blade Runner 2049,” (Warner Bros: 2017), directed by Denis Villeneuve, narrative film.

“BlacKkKlansman,” (Focus Features: 2018), directed by Spike Lee, docudrama film.

“Blues Brothers,” (Universal Pictures: 1980), directed by John Landis, narrative film.

“Chef’s Table: Albert Adria,” (Netflix, 2018), directed by Jim Goldblum, documentary series.

“Chef’s Table: Dario Cecchini,” (Netflix, 2019), directed by Jim Goldblum, documentary series.

“Chef’s Table: Sean Brock,” (Netflix, 2019), directed by Clay Jeter, documentary series.

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

“The Clash: New Year’s Day ’77,” (BBC Four: 2015), directed by Julien Temple, documentary film.

“Deadly Prey,” (Action International Pictures: 1987), directed by David A. Prior, narrative film.

“Drive,” (FilmDistrict: 2011), directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, narrative film.

“Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of National Lampoon,” (Magnolia Pictures: 2015), directed by Douglas Tirola, documentary film.

“Escape at Dannemora,” (Showtime Networks: 2018), directed by Ben Stiller, docudrama miniseries.

“The Favourite,” (Fox Searchlight Pictures: 2018), directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, docudrama film.

“Four American Composers: John Cage,” (Trans Atlantic Films: 1983), directed by Peter Greenaway, documentary film.

“Free Solo,” (National Geographic Documentary Films: 2018), directed by Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, documentary film.

“Funeral Parade of Roses,” (Art Theatre Guild: 1969), directed by Toshio Matsumoto, experimental film.

“Ghostbusters,” (Columbia Pictures: 1984), directed by Ivan Reitman, narrative film.

“The Grifters,” (Miramax: 1990), directed by Stephen Frears, narrative film.

“Hip-Hop Evolution: Do the Knowledge,” (Netflix: 2018), directed by Darby Wheeler, documentary series.

“I Don’t Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman,” (Icarus Films: 2016), directed by Marianne Lambert, documentary film.

“King & Country,” (Warner-Pathé Distributors: 1964), directed by Joseph Losey, narrative film.

“Love Means Zero,” (Kilo Films: 2017), directed by Jason Kohn, documentary film.

“Night of the Hunter,” (United Artists: 1955), directed by Charles Laughton, narrative film.

“ReMastered: Massacre at the Stadium,” (Netflix: 2019), directed by Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt, documentary film.

“Robert Irwin: The Beauty of Questions,” (1997), directed by Leonard Feinstein, documentary film.

“Roma,” (Netflix: 2018), directed by Alfonso Cuarón, narrative film.

“Shoplifters,” (GAGA: 2018), directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, narrative film.

“Solaris,” (Mosfilm: 1971), directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, narrative film.

“Songs from the Second Floor,” (New Yorker Films: 2001), directed by Roy Anderson, narrative film.

“Studio 54,” (Zeitgeist Films: 2018), directed by Matt Tyrnauer, documentary film.

“They Shall Not Grow Old,” (Warner Bros.: 2018), directed by Peter Jackson, documentary film.

“Three Identical Strangers,” (CNN Films: 2018), directed by Tim Wardle, documentary film.

“True Detective: Season 3,” (Prime Video: 2019), various directors, narrative miniseries.