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FrameWorks: Art on Film

Apr. 28–May 7, 2017

A curated series of films and conversation about artists and their work and conversations, with artist Tom Sachs, about his A Space Program installation, and director Kristi Zea on the subject of her film, painter Elizabeth Murray.

In conjunction with the FrameWorks program a selection of video artworks by Purchase College students will play upstairs in the Jane Peck Gallery beginning April 17.

The FrameWorks series is programmed by Kathy Bonomi.

SERIES TRAILER

Motion Pictures Apr. 28 *Run time is approximate* Painter Julian Kreimer, a professor of studio art and criticism at Purchase College, takes us on…
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict Apr. 29–July 21 Final Encore! This film has become a mini-phenomenon here at the Burns, selling out nearly every time we play it! The big,…
Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art May 2 Spiral Jetty (Robert Smithson), Lightning Field (Walter de Maria), Sun Tunnels (Nancy Holt), Double Negative (Michael Heizer)—these are works by artists who, beginning in the late 60s,…
Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery May 3 On the eve of serving jail time, unrepentant master forger Wolfgang Beltracchi shows us just how it’s done, from the…
The Silence of Mark Rothko May 4 “The people who weep before my pictures,” said Rothko, “are having the same religious experience I had when I painted…
Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil Sep. 8 In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work…
The Impressionists and the Man Who Made Them Mar. 8 FROM THE MUSÉE DU LUXEMBOURG & MUSÉE D’ORSAY PARIS, NATIONAL GALLERY LONDON AND PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART AND FROM EXHIBITION…
Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood Apr. 28 “An enjoyable, lucid profile of the celebrated Spanish artist.” (The Guardian) The genius of Spanish master Francisco Goya—in all its…
Revolution—New Art for a New World Apr. 29 “Radical, visual feast” (The Times, London) A spectacular survey of the Russian avant-garde, which flourished, if only for a short…
Everybody Knows...Elizabeth Murray Apr. 30 Q&A filmmaker Kristi Zea with Elizabeth Rooklidge “Fascinating portrait of the artist” (New York Times) What Elizabeth Murray knew is that she could have it all: create…
Missing People May 1 “A tangled tale of mortality, obsession, creativity and acquisition” (Variety) In the quest for answers in her brother’s long-unsolved murder,…
A Space Program May 2 Q&A artist Tom Sachs with artist and professor Matt Bollinger “A disarmingly delightful out-of-this-world trip.” (Seattle Times) For his immersive Space Program: Mars installation at the Park Avenue Armory in…
An Art That Nature Makes: The Work of Photographer Rosamond Purcell May 4 “Winning dive into hidden, off-kilter beauty.” (Los Angeles Times) “Purcell has captured the history of objects . . . in…
Don't Blink - Robert Frank May 5 “Illuminating biopic of the game-changing photographer/filmmaker made . . . with the full cooperation and enjoyment of its irascible subject.”…
Two by Robert Frank May 6 “Jagged and elliptical . . . [Frank’s films] subvert precepts of genre, story, and technique.” (New Yorker) Frank pushed the…
Eva Hesse May 7 “Lively, intelligent, and moving.” (Artforum) Many interested filmgoers missed this fascinating film about one of America’s foremost postwar artists the…

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