The Venice Diaries 2016: 'Franca', 'Nocturnal Animals', 'The Bleeder' & Wim Wenders' 3D 'Beautiful Days'
With Tom Ford, chances are that if he throws a rock in the wind, he will hit gold. When it comes to fashion, Ford has conquered
I loved La La Land. Deeply and unabashedly, I laughed, cried and I felt like I was riding a cinematic rollercoaster, complete
Scattered throughout the documentary are silent images from drones and aerial cameras, sweeping, hypnotic vistas taken from
Paul Schimmel. Photo by EMS. I don't need to list all the international galleries entrenching themselves in Los Angeles
John Berger, Piotr Anderszewski and Yasmine Hamdan at the Lisbon Estoril Festival: A Sublime Coincidence of Text and Music
"Coincidence!" the charismatic ninety-year old writer began, gesturing animatedly to his audience. "What is coincidence?" In
This opening night event of a 2015 Berlin Art Week marked by collaboration between institutions was a terrific symbol for Berlin, now 26 years into its ongoing urban project of reunification.
"There’s this huge prejudice against one of the greatest inventions in the history of cinema."
Palermo Shooting is not a perfect film. At points, I was thinking...ok, just go with it. But there are so many fascinating moments that it really deserves a wide U.S. distribution. Not the least, America's best bad boy, Dennis Hopper gets to play his old nemesis ...death.
Last weekend I had the opportunity to screen Doug Aitken's "Station to Station" at the Nuart in Santa Monica. Aiken attended the screening with fellow art world luminaries who were impressed by the film.
Barrish is an artist in his seventies, a little past mid-career, but still creating his detritus-based sculpture. In an exhibition of his found-art assemblages a few years ago, the Fresno Art Museum called it "Art Drecko."