Film screening. Art in the Twenty-first Century. Place. 56 min.
Saturday, 4 October, 17:00
This episode explores the ways in which place influences artistic technique, and vice versa: how an artwork can transform the place in which it appears. Sculptor Richard Serra’s monolithic sheet-metal assemblies are designed to transform the public spaces in which they are built. In her photographs, Sally Mann documents the landscapes and objects of the American South. Barry McGee and Margaret Kilgallen work with the anonymous messages surrounding them in San Francisco – graffiti, street signs, ads, stencil sprays. Puerto Rican artist Pepon Osorio’s installations present multi-level statements on the nature of childhood, memory, and the life of a huge Latin American community united by common traditions of interior decoration, holidays, and daily rituals.
In the framework of the Art in the Twenty-first Century Film Program
Films will be shown on English with Russian subtitles.
Venue: Garage Education Center
Kindly supported by Dornbracht
This event is part of ART21 Access 100 Artist, a worldwide initiative providing unprecedented access to contemporary artists through screenings of ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century Seasons 1-6. ART21 is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the world a more creative place through the work and words of living artists.