The filmmakers question the conventions of documentation with work that seeks transparency and authenticity outside of the fiction–nonfiction dichotomy.
Two friends flee from a band of vengeful hunters in the 1820s Northwest and dream of striking it rich.
In a 1988 interview for the LA Times, self-taught artist Reverend Howard Finster explained his creative predicament …
The hymn for the time is bone on bone. / One man’s anthem slaughters another. / I know you’ve seen it all before— / a boy born wrong is opened up by the law
Featuring selections by Jem Cohen, Keith Connolly, Britton Powell, Alan Courtis, Byron Westbrook, and more.
In advance of the next installment of his extensive history of New York City, Wallace expounds on the pivotal early years of the twentieth century.
Contis explores the construction of myth, place, and masculine identity in the enduring imagery of the American West.
The prolific New York lyricist digs into songcraft on the occasion of his new autobiographical album, 50 Song Memoir.
“I started making this work because I was sick of seeing everything.”
Rock ’n’ roll and the malleability of historical fact.
Reanimating the 20th century … is the second in a series of Sourcebooks published by Independent Curators International.
Zoe Leonard: You see I am here after all (2008) documents the artist’s two-and-a-half year Dia installation while expanding upon the art of mechanical reproduction.