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David Bowie, the graphic designer that wasn’t

January 11th, 2018|

Tags  David Bowie, Bromley College of Art, Neville Brody, Malcolm Garrett, Buzzcocks, Culture Club, Lynda Relph-Knight, Jonathan Barnbrook, London's Design Museum, Gilbert Baker, Heathen, Blackstar, The Next Day, Dezeen David Bowie was many things. The aficionado of otherworldly entertainment who passed way on this day [...]

[The Daily] Books: Kubrick, Pasolini, and More

January 11th, 2018|

Screenwriter Todd Alcott has a new book out, Kubrick: Five Films: An Analysis, the fourth volume in his series, What Does the Protagonist Want? In a series of nine posts at his site, he walks us through Barry Lyndon (1975), scene by scene. A . [...]

Deep Dive: Elem Klimov’s Boundary-Pushing Satires

January 11th, 2018|

The director of the war masterpiece Come and See got his start lampooning social conformity in 1960s Soviet life. Two of his early-career gems are now available on the Criterion Channel on FilmStruck. Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

[The Daily] Checking in on Film Criticism

January 11th, 2018|

Before looking back on the highlights of his 2017 in an entry for Filmmaker, Vadim Rizov has a note or two on attending the recent New York Film Critics Circle awards dinner: The very concept of a critics’ award ceremony is kind of charming—as . [...]

Under Cover: Photographs that reveal a secret history of cross-dressers

January 11th, 2018|

Under Cover: A Secret History of Cross-Dressers at The Photographers' Gallery will reveal a rare selection of discovered, largely anonymous, photographs of men and women posing for the camera, using the apparel and gestures traditionally assigned to the ‘opposite sex’. Drawn from the extensive personal [...]

Backstage: Monique Jenkinson and Kelly Lovemonster in Conversation

January 11th, 2018|

SOMArts Main Gallery, Touch On opening reception, December 1, 2016. Photo: Kelly Wu. Among the many rich legacies and lineages in the Bay Area art world(s), drag and queer performance surely count among the richest. Performing artist and choreographer Monique Jenkinson and nightlife and visual [...]

Why Oprah’s talk works: Insight from a TED speaker coach

January 11th, 2018|

By Abigail Tenembaum and Michael Weitz of Virtuozo When Oprah Winfrey spoke at the Golden Globes last Sunday night, her speech lit up social media within minutes. It was powerful, memorable and somehow exactly what the world wanted to hear. It inspired multiple standing O’s [...]