Tag Archives: Eileen Myles

MURDER MAGAZINE LAUNCH

Join the founding co-editors of MURDER MAGAZINE—artist Síta Valrún and author Bergrún Anna Hallsteinsdóttir—for the launch of the third issue of their publication.

Number 3—”Blood/Home”—includes the work of Nan Goldin, Silvia Gruner, Jenny Holzer, Kara Walker, Ida Ekblad, Deana Lawson, Forough Farrokhzad, Maggie Nelson, Warsan Shire, and Eileen Myles.

MURDER MAGAZINE No. 3 launch

Tuesday, June 18, 6 pm to 9 pm.

2228 West 7th Street (enter on South Grand View Street, 2nd floor), Los Angeles.

Murder Magazine No. 3 images courtesy and © the artists, Síta Valrún, and Murder Magazine.

EILEEN MYLES AT BRIDGET DONAHUE

“I write poems, I write about art & these photos I take I think are a similar kind of gathering—truncated places with words & writing that just trace a buzzing passage on Earth.” — Eileen Myles

BACK ROOM: EILEEN MYLES—POEMS, an exhibition of Myles’ recent photography, is on view through early next year.

BACK ROOM: EILEEN MYLES—POEMS

Though January 13.

Bridget Donahue

99 Bowery, 2nd floor, New York City.

Top: Eileen Myles, it’s absinthe, 2018. Digital print.

Above: Eileen MylesI think Honey missing Joe, 2017. Digital print.

Below: Eileen Myles, ” ,” 2018. Digital print.

RENE RICARD

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Éditions Lutanie and Printed Matter will launch the republication of RENE RICARD 1979-1980, the poet’s first book, with readings by Eileen MylesRijard Bergeron, Raymond Foye, Shiv Kotecha, and Matt Longabucco.

“Today, it is in part for the way Ricard’s poems have indelibly left their mark on the history, people, and literary and art worlds of New York and beyond that Rene’s work should be re-read. They continue to compellingly approach today’s reader in their immediacy, their determination to say all without compromise or reserve, in the risks they take in exposing the vulnerable, precarious, but also licentious self.” — Rachel Valinsky, from the introduction to the book, a bi-lingual English-French edition that reproduces the original Tiffany catalogue cover design.

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RENE RICARD 1979-1980 LAUNCH, Friday, June 8, at 6 pm.

PRINTED MATTER, 231 Eleventh Avenue (at 26th Street), New York City.

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RENE RICARD 1979-1980

(Paris: Éditions Lutanie, 2018).

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Rene Ricard (right) and Gerard Malanga in the 1960s.

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BOOK OF JOY

Pilot Press founding editor Richard Dodwell, DJ Honey Dijon, and Charlie Porter will launch OVER THERE: A QUEER ANTHOLOGY OF JOY this week at Printed Matter.

Eileen Myles, Hilton Als, Wayne Koestenbaum, AA Bronson, Olivia Laing, Mary Manning, and Alex Foxton are among the volume’s forty-eight contributing writers, artists, and performers.

 

OVER THERE launch, Thursday, May 3, from 6 pm to 8 pm.

PRINTED MATTER, 231 Eleventh Avenue, at 26th Street, New York City.

printedmatter.org/events

Image credit: Pilot Press.

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THE LADIES ALMANACK

Expectations are running high for the Outfest world premiere of THE LADIES ALMANACK, as they would for any film based on a book of 1920s Paris by Djuna Barnes, with a volunteer cast that includes Eileen Myles, Fannie Sosa, Deborah Bright, and Guinevere Turner—as well as Hélène Cixous, playing herself.

THE LADIES ALMANACK, written, directed, photographed, and produced by Daviel Shy, screens on Wednesday, July 12, at 9:45 pm.

DIRECTORS GUILD, 7920 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles.

Hélène Cixous. Image credit: Fuente.

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