Tag Archives: Chris Kraus

CHRIS KRAUS — SOCIAL PRACTICES

Chris Kraus will be in London this week, making several appearances around the capital with Social Practices—her new collection of essays, stories, biography, and conversation—published this month by Semiotext(e).

CHRIS KRAUS IN CONVERSATION

Monday, October 29, at 6 pm.

Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Royal College of Art Dyson Building

Riverside, 1 Hester Road, Battersea, London.

 

CHRIS KRAUS IN CONVERSATION WITH KRISTEN KREIDER

Tuesday, October 30, at 6:30 pm.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, St. James’s, London.

 

CHRIS KRAUS IN CONVERSATION WITH ELLEN MARA DE WACHTER

Wednesday, October 31, at 7 pm.

Waterstones, 82 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, London.

Top image credit: Semiotext(e).

Above: Jessica Kao, CalArts poster, 2013.

Below: Chris Kraus by Reynaldo Rivera, whose book of photographs will be published by Semiotext(e) in 2019.

PARIS LA 16 — THE FASHION AND WRITING ISSUE — OUT NOW

The new print issue of PARIS LA—a tenth-anniversary special devoted to fashion and writing—is now available.

PARIS LA 16 includes interviews with Hilton Als, Chris KrausInes Kaag and Desiree Heiss of BlessTisa BryantFlorence MüllerMalik Gaines, Q.M. ZhangCommes des Garçons’ Adrian Joffe, Anelise Chen, and Bice Curiger and Jacqueline Burckhardt of Parkett.

Massimiliano Mocchia di Coggiola contributed an essay with artwork on dandyism, Ramon Hungerbühler and Fabian Marti talk about skate brands, there are pieces on Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, and Pierre Davis and No Sesso, Anne Dressen has written about contemporary jewelry…

… and portfolios and portraits by Cédric Rivrain, Cassi Namoda, David Benjamin Sherry, Wyatt KahnTobias Madison, Item IdemJean-François Lepage, Todd ColeMarie Angeletti, Will Benedict, and Katerina Jebb—who created the Michèle Lamy cover and a poster of Marisa Berenson—grace the issue.

Also: a reprint of Iris Marion Young’s landmark essay “Women Recovering Our Clothes.”

 

PARIS LA 16, published by DoPe Press.

Above: Inside covers, production PDF.

Below: Front and back covers, production PDF.

LESLIE JAMISON AND MAGGIE NELSON AT SKYLIGHT

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This weekend at Skylight, Leslie Jamison and Maggie Nelson will discuss THE RECOVERING, Jamison’s acclaimed examination of alcoholism—her own, and that of writers such as Jean Rhys, Charles Jackson (Lost Weekend), John Berryman, Raymond Carver, and Denis Johnson.

 

LESLIE JAMISON and MAGGIE NELSON, Sunday, April 15, at 5 pm.

SKYLIGHT BOOKS, 1818 North Vermont Avenue, Los Feliz, Los Angeles.

skylightbooks.com/leslie-jamison-maggie-nelson

Jamison interviewed by Chris Kraus in Paris Review:

theparisreview.org/interview-with-leslie-jamison

Kraus interviewed by Jamison in Interview:

interviewmagazine.com/chris-kraus

Jamison’s Literary Hub interview with Kristen Martin:

lithub.com/interrogating-sentimentality-with-leslie-jamison

 

Leslie Jamison.

ANIMAL SHELTER

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The fifth and final issue of ANIMAL SHELTER—edited by Hedi El Kholti, Chris Kraus, and Janique Vigier—includes a story by Colm Tóibín, poems by Ariana Reines, and essays by Bruce Hainley (on Hervé Guibert), Masha Tupitsyn (on Ingmar Bergman), Jean-Louis Schefer (on Hitchcock’s Vertigo), and Natasha Stagg (“Alone at Safeway”).

 

ANIMAL SHELTER 5, available at Stories in Echo Park, and Oooga Booga in Chinatown.

semiotextes.com/animal-shelter

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oogaboogastore.com

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Image credit: Animal Shelter.

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THE FILMS OF CHRIS KRAUS

The films of Chris Kraus—the feature Gravity and Grace (1995), and the shorts In Order to Pass (1982), Terrorists in Love (1983), Foolproof Illusion (1986), Voyage to Rodez (1986), How to Shoot a Crime (1987, co-directed with Sylvère Lotringer), The Golden Bowl or Repression (1984-88), Traveling at Night (1990), and Sadness at Leaving (1992)—are now playing at Château Shatto.

 

CHRIS KRAUS—

IN ORDER TO PASS—FILMSFROM 1982–1995

Through June 23.

Château Shatto, Bendix Building

1206 Maple Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

Above: Chris Kraus, still from The Golden Bowl or Repression (1984-1988).

Below: Chris Kraus, still from Gravity and Grace (1995).