[ March 29, 2010; 1:00 pm; ] New York University’s Kimmel Center will display Last Address, an exhibition eulogizing a generation of New York City artists who died of AIDS, by the New York-based brother and sister filmmakers Ira Sachs and Lynne Sachs, with designer Bernhard Blythe, Sofia Gallísa, and Andrei Alupului. The exhibition, comprising 13 translucent, color photographs (67 x 42 in.) will be installed on the exterior of the Kimmel Windows Gallery, located at La Guardia Place & West 3rd St. Last Address will open April 9 and remain on view through May 31, 2010.
Lynne Sachs and Mark Street
With special guests audio pranksters Bosko Blagojevic and Zach Poff
CITY SALVAGE is the second installment of Lynne and Mark’s XY Chromosome project, a dynamic feast for the eyes, ears and mind that considers the cities of HANOI, SANTIAGO, BUFFALO, SAO PAOLO, PRAGUE, NEW YORK, TEL AVIV & SAN FRANCISCO, SARAJEVO. We’ve [...]
THE XY CHROMOSOME PROJECT #1
An impressionistic odyssey for the eyes becomes both haunting and delightful in this moving image dream expedition.
“Mary Moylan: 9 years underground” by Lynne Sachs
a multi-media biography using video, audio, postcards and artifacts
Premiere: Maryland Film Festival, Charles Theatre; Maryland Art Place Artist Residency
Mary Moylan, a 32-year-old registered nurse and midwife from Baltimore, was one of two women in the infamous 1968 anti-war group the Catonsville Nine. A feminist and a passionate critic [...]
A woman drinks tea, washes a window, reads the paper– simple tasks that suggest a desire to fill time with either movement or thought. Sometimes she hears the rhythmic, pulsing symphony of crickets in a Baltimore summer night. Other times jangling toys dissolve into the roar of a jet overhead, or children tremble at the [...]