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An American Tragedy: In the Zagreb footsteps of Tomislav Gotovac

Neil Young reviews the exhibition on legendary performance artist Tomislav Gotovac. On view at Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, extended to May 26th, 2024.

Argentinian film artist Narcisa Hirsch passes at 96

The experimental filmmaker made a crucial impact upon Argentinian society in the 1960s and 1970s. She received greater recognition in recent years due to the efforts of Filmoteca Narcisa Hirsch, which was created with the goal of preserving her legacy.

John Waters: Pope of Trash at the Academy Museum

Neil Young reviews a major exhibition dedicated to the long and controversial career of the iconoclast filmmaker. John Waters: Pope of Trash is on view at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles through August 4th, 2024.

John Waters receives a comprehensive exhibition at the Academy Museum

The show Pope of Trash spans more than five decades of Waters' career in cinema, from his earliest subversive classics to his most recent tasteless works.

Tate Modern to hold career-spanning retrospective on Yoko Ono

The exhibition will span more than seven decades of the artist's work, from her early experiments with conceptual art and performance, through film and music.

Royal Academy of Arts honors Marina Abramović with landmark retrospective

This is the first time in the RA's 255-year history that a female artist has been given a retrospective. The exhibition charts Abramović's pioneering work across performance and video.

Yvonne Rainer film retrospective at ICA London

The retrospective features seven new restorations of Rainer's films, undertaken by the Museum of Modern Art and the Celeste Bartos Fund for Film Preservation.

Michael Snow is given a retrospective at Jack Shainman Gallery

"Michael Snow: A Life Survey", features over 50 works spanning six decades of Snow's artistic career, from his early paintings and sculptures to his groundbreaking films and installations.

Ken Jacobs has a career retrospective at 80WSE Gallery

The exhibition, titled "Up the Illusion", is curated by Andrew Lampert and features a selection of Jacobs' films and videos alongside his lesser-known drawings.

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