The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, alongside the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, present the works of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.
In the world of cinematography and film,Stanley Kubrickis a legend. Regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, his body of work includes some of the most iconic and controversial films such asLolita (1962),Dr. Strangelove (1964),2001: A Space Odyssey (1968),A Clockwork Orange (1971), andThe Shining (1980).
“ELECTRICITY … FABRIC … PAINT … PAPER … VINYL” WORKS IN SITU & SITUATED WORKS (1968 to 2013) Daniel Buren
spans two gallery spaces: Bortolami Gallery at 520 West 20th Street and Petzel Gallery at its new location, 456 West 18th Street. Bortolami Gallery features Plexiglas and fabric situated works and a room of new fiber optics. Daniel Buren realized these situated works with the textile company Brochier Soieries, using their innovative fiber optic technology for luminescent textiles. Petzel Gallery is showcasing historical in situ works made with paper which the artist began in 1968. -thru Feb 16