Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Edward Hopper’s New York. Via Whitney Museum of American Art
2. The enveloping work of Barbara Kruger: MoMA
3. Man Who Turned Trash Into Family Treasures / The Garbage Man
“The city of New York was Edward Hopper’s home for nearly six decades (1908–67). For Hopper, New York was a city that existed in the mind as well as on the map, a place that took shape through lived experience, memory, and the collective imagination. It was, he reflected late in life, ‘the American city that I know best and like most.’ “
Edward Hopper’s New York. Via Whitney Museum of American Art
The enveloping work of Barbara Kruger: MoMA
“Margarita Lizcano Hernandez, curatorial assistant in the Department of Drawings and Prints, takes a close look at Barbara Kruger’s ‘Thinking of -You-. I Mean -Me-. I Mean You.’ and describes the sometimes overwhelming feeling of being surrounded by the colossal installation.”
A Man Who Turned Trash Into Family Treasures / The Garbage Man / A film by Laura Gonçalves.
At a long table laden with traditional dishes, a family shares fond memories of an uncle, who fled Portugal’s dictatorship and became a garbage collector in Paris, in this film by Laura Gonçalves.
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