Carolee Schneemann Fuses in Salzburg

Fuses from jackie wang on Vimeo. & here the description of her retrospective at the Salzburger Museum der Moderne: Museum der Moderne > Ausstellungen > Aktuell > Carolee Schneemann Kinetic Painting Around 350 works spanning six decades on 18,300 square feet of exhibition space spread across two floors: the highlight of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg’s exhibition programming this fall is a grand retrospective dedicated to the oeuvre of the … Read more Carolee Schneemann Fuses in Salzburg

“Winter Music” in June

Another superb new book for this summer: winter music — Photography by Susan Quasha & poems by Robert Kelly. This is a marvelous occasion, especially as it is the first major showing of the color photography of Susan Quasha, co-founder of Station Hill Press for which she has designed a score (hundreds? I’d guess) of books. It is published by ‘T’ Space in Rhinebeck & distributed by Station Hill. … Read more “Winter Music” in June

Roger Denson’s article on “Breaking the Frame”

I may have been at a loss of words yesterday after seeing Breaking the Frame, Marielle Nitoslawska’s superb film on & with Carolee Schneemann, but cultural critic & essayist G. Roger Denson was not. He had a long, well-thought out article in the Huffington Post. Below are the first paragraphs; you can read the whole article here. It is questionable whether even Sigmund Freud has received a cinematic treatment as evocative of … Read more Roger Denson’s article on “Breaking the Frame”

Carolee Schneemann

Yesterday afternoon we went to see the New York premiere of Canadian filmmaker Marielle Nitoslawska‘s 100-minute documentary on Carolee Schneemann who for me is one of the essential avant-garde artists of the twentieth & the twenty-first centuries. I am still too much under the spell of the film to give a coherent “critical” assessment, except to say that it is a superb achievement & certainly one of the very best documentaries … Read more Carolee Schneemann

Carolee Schneemann Exhibitions

Carolee Schneemann Painting, What it Became Curated by Maura Reilly PPOW Gallery (New York) 555 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 (through March 28) Sphinx 1962, mixed media, 50 x 28 x 4 inches One Window is Clear- Notes to Lou Andreas Salome 1965, mixed media, 77 1/2 x 48 x 3 1/2 inches