What We Talk About When We Talk About History
March 13, 20 and 27, 2013, 7pm
Flaherty Seminar curator Pablo de Ocampo has invited six curators and artists to each offer one programming suggestion in response to a single source: a video document of civil rights activist Queen Mother Moore giving a speech during a “Community Day” event at Green Haven Prison in New York, 1973. The responses will be shown over three screenings with discussions lead by de Ocampo and Kim Simon.
Saturday, May 28, 2011, 7pm
90 min screening, Followed by a moderated discussion with Nikolas Drosos. In juxtaposition with our May exhibition of work by Eric Gottesman, Gallery TPW presents a discursive screening of Renzo Marten’s film Episode III: Enjoy Poverty.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 7pm
A one-night screening curated by cheyanne turions The Permanent Longing for Elsewhere uses frustration to explore the ways that paradigms of nationalism are breaking down.
Saturday, March 13, 2010, 1:30 pm
Film screening and discussion with Annette Krauss. Moderated by Janna Graham
This event looks at the social and political implications of the Dutch tradition of Zwarte Piet (Black Pete).
In conjunction with the exhibition In May (After October) please join us for a brief screening of two works by French artist Cyprien Gaillard, introduced by exhibition organizers Kathrin Meyer and Tim Saltarelli.
Thursday, November 20, 2008, 7:30pm
With Mind Officially Blown Logue recalls some of the best work from the last three years of the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival in Germany.
In conjunction with our exhibition of work by Polish artist Artur Zmijewski, April 5 to May 3, 2008 Gallery TPW is pleased to present a special series of intimate discussion-based screenings.
Friday, February 15, 2008, 8 pm
A special one-night screening curated by Jon Davies. The artists in Dangling By Their Mouths make mincemeat of the absurd turn that authoritative language has taken by mutating verbal speech into strange and ridiculous forms, evolving new, occasionally pathological languages that capture more accurately the perverse sounds of power.