Paul McCarthy: Film List
11 Jul - 28 Sep 2008
EVE-RAY-FOREVER, 1965 - 2006
3 screen DVD installation, transferred from 8mm film. Courtesy Michael Kohn Gallery.
on view Jul 11-September 28, 2008
Kaufman Astoria Studios Film & Video Gallery, Floor 2
Film has been an important inspiration for Paul McCarthy since the beginning of his career. McCarthy began making films as a student in the 1960s, and his current exhibition on the Whitney’s third floor includes two rare 16mm films screening for the first time in decades. Curated by Paul McCarthy, this film program provides an intriguing insight into the impact of cinema on his work.
The program includes works by Bas Jan Ader, Billy Adler, Nancy Angelo, John Armleder, Daniel Barber, Judith Barry, BDR Ensemble, Barton Patrick Bolin, Stan Brakhage, Michael Brewster, Nancy Buchanan, Chris Burden, Carole Caroompas, Center for Experimental Art and Communication, Giuseppe Chiari, Co-Accident (Kirby Malone, Chris Mason, Marshall Reese, Alec Bernstein, and Mitchell Pressman), Bruce Conner, Beverly Conrad, Tony Conrad, Paul Cotton, Norma Jean Deak, Philippe Deléglise, Fernando Doty, Marcel Duchamp Bruce Fier, Morgan Fisher, Fox Jim presents the Improvisers' Orchestra, Galerie Ecart workshop, Jack Goldstein, Bill Gordh, Mary Harding, Victor Henderson, Douglas Huebler, Kipper Kids, Harry Kipper, Alison Knowles, Kurt Kren, Peter Kubelka, Leslie Labowitz, Maria Lassnig, Michael LeDonne-Bhennett, Les Levine, Gary Lloyd, Los Angeles Free Music Society, Sidney Lumet, John Malpede, Barry Markowitz, Raul Marroquin, Paul McCarthy, Sandra McKee, Jonas Mekas, Michael K. Meyers, Susan Mogul, The Monitors, Musica Veneris Nocturnus, Russ Myers, Maurizio Nannucci, Richard Newton, Hermann Nitsch, Pauline Oliveros, Pat O'Neill, Marc Pally, Bob Parks, Al Payne, The Poetics, Stuart Rapeport, Stan Rice, Jim Roche, Martha Rosler, Claude Rychner, Carolee Schneeman, Sam Schoenbaum, Stephen Seemayer, Andrea Shapiro, Sally Shapiro, T.J. Silverlake, Slash Magazine, Barbara T. Smith, Jack Smith, Michael Snow, Nina Sobell, Sturtevant, Valie Export, Stan VanDerBeek, Paul Vangelisti, Ben Vautier Endre Tót, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner, John White, Martha Wilson, and Robert Wise.