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EVEN ANTHOLOGY

OUT OF PRACTICE, an anthology of the first ten issues of the arts and culture journal EVEN—published by Rebecca Ann Siegel and edited by Jason Farago—is out now. Motto Books and the Swiss Institute will launch the new publication this weekend.   OUT OF PRACTICE—TEN ISSUES OF EVEN, 2015–2018 book launch Sunday, November 11, from […]

REM KOOLHAAS IN LOS ANGELES

This weekend, Rem Koolhaas will discuss and sign copies of his new book Elements of Architecture—designed in collaboration with Irma Boom—at Taschen in Beverly Hills. REM KOOLHAAS book signing Saturday, November 10, from 5 pm to 6 pm. Taschen 354 North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills. See “Elements: A Walk through the Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale,” […]

BARBARA HAMMER

Starting this weekend, the celebrated debut feature as well as the short films of Barbara Hammer will screen in Los Angeles this month and next—a continuation of the ongoing retrospectives devoted to this filmmaking pioneer. The UCLA Film and Television Archive series BARBARA HAMMER—SUPERDYKE includes five nights of programming, and Hammer’s AFI Fest event will feature a […]

ROSA LOY, NEO RAUCH, AND YUVAL SHARON IN CONVERSATION

The recent Bayreuth take on Richard Wagner’s Lohengrin—described as both “feminist” (New York Times) and containing “no modern escapades” (Neo Rauch)—was the joint creation of artists Rosa Loy and Rauch, and director extraordinaire Yuval Sharon, all of whom will be at the Broad this week for a conversation about their work. THE UNPRIVATE COLLECTION NEO RAUCH, […]

INGA LĀCE AT LAXART

Inga Lāce—a curator from Riga whose practice connects the art/historical with the social/political—will give a talk at LAXART this week and present AMERICA IS NOT READY FOR THIS, the artist Karol Radziszewski’s 2012 film that takes as its starting point the 1977 trip Natalia LL made to New York City. “Radziszewski revives Natalia LL’s memories, confronting both […]

DICK HIGGINS’ SOMETHING ELSE PRESS

“There are few art-world figures as influential—and as little known—as Dick Higgins (1938-1998), co-founder of Fluxus, poet, scholar, theorist, composer, performer, and publisher of the Something Else Press. “In 1965 he restored the term ‘intermedia’ to the English language, giving it new dimension to recognize the dissolution of boundaries, the expansion of liminal spaces between […]

JULIAN SCHNABEL SCREENING AND CONVERSATION

Julian Schnabel brings AT ETERNITY’S GATE, his fifth feature, to LACMA for a screening and conversation. The film—dedicated to Azzedine Alaïa—was co-written by Buñuel collaborator Jean-Claude Carrière, Louise Kugelberg, and Schnabel. Willem Dafoe stars as Vincent Van Gogh, with Rupert Friend as his brother Theo, Emmanuelle Seigner as Madame Ginoux, Mathieu Amalric as Paul Gachet, and Oscar Isaac […]