Alfredo jaar. Andreas Wimme Professor of Sociology. Benjamin M. Schmidt. Bruce Horak: Performer/Creator. Charles Bukowski, American Author ~ Janet Mock's Official Website and Blog. Mahatma Ghandi. James Hollis - Jungian Analyst. Jon Turk. Kaya Behkalam. ————————— 12×12, Solo video exhibition, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, April 02-28, 2014 —————————What’s the time?
Curated by Maria Vedder, at ZK/U Berlin, Jan 10-Feb 2, 2014 —————————A Word on a Tree Like a Body as a Thing, curated by Federica Bueti, at Open Systems, January 15- February 13, 2014, Vienna, Austria —————————Berliner Herbstsalon, November 8-17, 2013, Maxim Gorki Theater / Palais am Festungsgraben Berlin —————————Occupy Utopia. Images Festival Denmark. Sept. 5th Aalborg / Sept. 8th Copenhagen —————————Kairo. Exhibition at Hamburg Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe. August 16th-November 17th. A selection of still images and text excerpts from the film can be found in the current edition of Bidoun Magazine. Current Townhouse Gallery resident Kaya Behkalam will, among other works, show two recent videos, one of which has been produced during his stay in Cairo. Ken Plummer. Kent Monkman. "When I was a kid I was always painting, drawing, It was a real joy for me.
There was never any question in my mind that that's what I would be doing. When it came to that point in my life of what to do, I knew I was going to pursue my life as an artist. " Kent Monkman is a filmmaker, illustrator, and visual artist who began his exploration of the arts as a painter. The artist is a member of the Fisher River Band in northern Manitoba and is of Swampy Cree and English/Irish descent. He was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Monkman has always had a love for the arts. In his first series of paintings, entitled The Prayer Language, Monkman builds on themes of sexual power relations and Christianity. Since his first solo exhibition at Monte Clark Gallery in Vancouver in 1993, Polarities, Monkman has exhibited at the Royal Ontario Museum (1994) and with various galleries in Calgary, Edmonton, Hamilton, Toronto and Ottawa.
Forty-six years ago on April 3, 1967, I became the film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times. Some of you have read my reviews and columns and even written to me since that time. Others were introduced to my film criticism through the television show, my books, the website, the film festival, or the Ebert Club and newsletter. However you came to know me, I'm glad you did and thank you for being the best readers any film critic could ask for. Continue reading → PRESS RELEASE: CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Terrence Malick's 1978 film "Days of Heaven" won an Oscar for best cinematography, and Roger Ebert likely found that no surprise.
Continue reading → I have watched with a kind of petrified fascination in recent years as the world creeps closer to what looks to me like disastrous climate change. Continue reading → Continue reading → When I was a graduate student at the University of Chicago, I must have driven past the little park a few times. Continue reading → William Gairdner, freethinker. Vivek Shraya. Vivian Diller Ph.D.