There must be a lesson in Vasilis Katsoupis’s film Inside about the vacuousness of the art market or the claustrophobia of exhibition spaces — I just don’t care.
Abel Ferrara’s Siberia is an alternately nightmarish and transcendent journey through the subconscious.
Never content to simply depict its characters as their mental health erodes, the film seeks to make the viewer feel like they too are actually on the same path with them.
LONDON — American director Abel Ferrara’s newest film documents the final 24 hours of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s life in an intelligent way, without rhetoric or prudery.
Marina Abramović, as you may have heard, is dead. She has died at the age of 67 and is being celebrated at the Park Avenue Armory with a production by pioneering theater director Robert Wilson, called The Life and Death of Marina Abramović. She is also starring in the show, quite alive, alongside Willem Dafoe, Antony (of Antony and the Johnsons), and a cast of roughly a dozen other performers.