ART SEEN 2015
Ongoing art & film screening series
Nitehawk Cinema, New York | 2013 – present

 

ART SEEN is the ongoing screening program that explores the relationship between contemporary art and film through documentaries, narrative features, and artist films, debuted at Nitehawk Cinema. In 2015, ART SEEN presented 10 screenings featuring films by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Bruce LaBruce, Shezad Dawood, Zachary Heinzerling, and Marcel Dzama.

The series has been presented with frieze magazine (media partner) since fall 2013.

January 2015
Blow Up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966) – 35mm
Presented with i-D Magazine

February 2015
20,000 Days on Earth (Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, 2014)
Introduction by Dan Fox, Editor of frieze magazine
Presented with frieze

March 2015
Dust (Adam Dugas and Casey Spooner, 2015)
Introduction by directors/artists Adam Dugas and Casey Spooner

April 2015
Hairy Who and the Chicago Imagists (Leslie Buchbinder, 2014)
Q&A with Dan Nadel and Gary Panter

April 2015
The Driver’s Seat (Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, 1974) – 35mm
Selected and introduced by artist/filmmaker Bruce LaBruce
In conjunction with the Bruce LaBruce retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art

May 2015
The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, 2014)

August 2015
Dark Star: H.R. Geiger’s World (Belinda Sallin, 2015)

September 2015
Piercing Brightness (Shezad Dawood, 2013)
Q&A with director/artist Shezad Dawood

October 2015
Profondo Rosso (Dario Argento, 1975)

November 2015
Art Seen program for the 2015 Nitehawk Shorts Festival

Frieze Video: There Goes the Neighborhood (Jonathan P. Watts, 2015)
Hugh the Hunter (Zachary Heinzerling, 2014)
Laika’s Lullaby (Julia Oldham, 2015)
Walter Potter: The Man Who Married Kittens (Ronni Thomas, 2015)
Om Rider (Takeshi Murata, 2014)
Une Danse Des Bouffons (A Jester’s Dance) with live score performed by Luscious Skin (Marcel Dzama,  2013)
Q&A with Dan Fox, Zachery Heinzerling, Hugh Hayden, Julia Oldham, Ronni Thomas, and Marcel Dzama

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