As a coming-of-age memoir during World War II, Zoe Beloff’s Reminiscences of a Refugee Childhood is a document of a generation rapidly fading from living memory.
Artist and filmmaker Zoe Beloff explores the Hollywood legacies of Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein, German playwright Bertolt Brecht, and other members of the European avant-garde.
If we’re going to protest continuously for four years, we might as well keep it aesthetically interesting.
At the raucous Insanitarium with Blowhole Theater, part of early 20th-century Coney Island’s Pavilion of Fun, clowns and dwarfs poked patrons with cattle prods, pushing women over jets of hot air so their skirts blew upward as onlookers gawked.
Kaegan Sparks is the curator of the exhibition The Infernal Dream of Mutt and Jeff by artist Zoe Beloff at Momenta Art, on view through March 20th with a special event on Friday, March 18th, at 7pm with Amy Herzog and the artist.