The radical filmmaking practice of Andy Warhol within the context of the work of Oscar Micheaux and Orson Welles is the subject of a lecture by J. Hoberman this weekend.
Hoberman—a contributor to Artforum and The Nation—was a film critic for The Village Voice for over thirty years.
Sunday, February 3, at 4 pm.
Whitney Museum of American Art
Hess Gallery and Theater
99 Gansevoort Street, New York City.
From top: Andy Warhol, Sleep (1963), film still (John Giorno); Oscar Micheaux, Within Our Gates (1920), film still; Orson Welles, The Lady from Shanghai (1947), film still (Welles and Rita Hayworth).