Saturday

The Double - Official Trailer - YouTube

The Double - Official Trailer - YouTube:



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Film Adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s “The Double” Comes to NYC This Month | The Outlet: the Blog of Electric Literature

Dostoevsky in 1863.
Dostoevsky in 1863. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Film Adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s “The Double” Comes to NYC This Month | The Outlet: the Blog of Electric Literature:



 "A handful of New Yorkers will be able to see The Double early, at the New Directors/New Films series on March 24th and 29th. For Film Society and MoMa members, tickets are already available. Otherwise, visit the New Directors’ website to buy general sale tickets, which are available starting today. The film will not have a public release stateside until May 9th, so see it early."



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New Directors/New Films

New Directors/New Films 2012
New Directors/New Films 2012 (Photo credit: tamaradulva)
New Directors/New Films:



 "A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness

Director Ben Rivers in person for both screenings. Director Ben Russell will be in person on March 22.

As collaborators, Ben Rivers and Ben Russell, two intrepid and nomadic talents of experimental film and art, have created one of the most bewitching cinematic experiences to come along in a great while."



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Friday

‘Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,’ at the Brooklyn Museum - NYTimes.com

‘Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,’ at the Brooklyn Museum - NYTimes.com: "The rhythm of the show is like this. It shifts between the topical and the symbolic, factuality and abstraction, the same way its soundtrack alternates protest chants, pop songs and hymns. Richard Avedon’s 1963 photograph of a defiantly segregationist George Wallace hangs within sight of Charles W. White’s idealized 1961 charcoal drawing of a young black woman reading. Edward Kienholz’s funky, newsy 1961 assemblage “It Takes Two to Integrate  (Cha Cha Cha),” with its black and white “Freedom Rider” dolls stamped with tread marks, contrasts with Malcolm Bailey’s suavely diagrammatic Art Deco-ish painting of biracial captives on a slave ship."



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Monday

Whitney Museum of American Art: Whitney Biennial 2014

Whitney Museum of American Art
Whitney Museum of American Art (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney wearing a jeweled ...
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney wearing a jeweled gown and tiara and holding a peacock feather fan. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Whitney Museum of American Art: Whitney Biennial 2014:





 "This Biennial will be the last to take place in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s building at 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street before the Museum moves downtown to its new building in the spring of 2015. This is the 77th in the Museum’s ongoing series of Annuals and Biennials begun in 1932 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney."



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MoMA | Gauguin: Metamorphoses

Museum of Modern Art , 53rd Street, New York N...
Museum of Modern Art , 53rd Street, New York NY USA (Photo credit: Susan NYC)
WLA moma Paul Gauguin The Moon and the Earth 1893
WLA moma Paul Gauguin The Moon and the Earth 1893 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
MoMA | Gauguin: Metamorphoses:



 "Gauguin: Metamorphoses
March 8–June 8, 2014



 The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art Exhibition Gallery, sixth floor





This exhibition focuses on Paul Gauguin’s rare and extraordinary prints and transfer drawings, and their relationship to his better-known paintings and his sculptures in wood and ceramic. Comprising approximately 150 works, including some 120 works on paper and a critical selection of some 30 related paintings and sculptures, it is the first exhibition to take an in-depth look at this overall body of work."




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