Rebekah Rutkoff

Frame of Mind

Rebekah Rutkoff on Gregory J. Markopoulos’s early films at Anthology

September 2014

“LITTLE DID I KNOW when I made my first film at the age of twelve, [A] Christmas Carol, three minutes long…that the language of film was in constant birth within me, myself as a filmmaker.” Thus wrote the American filmmaker Gregory J.… READ ON


Robert Beavers’s Listening to the Space in My Room


January 2014

IN THE YEARS since Robert Beavers completed his epic cycle My Hands Outstretched to the Winged Distance and Sightless Measure (1967–2002), which encompasses the seventeen films he made in Europe after leaving the United States in the late… READ ON

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Július Koller

Messy Project Space

February 2013

The late Slovak artist Július Koller investigated the utopian possibilities of art and developed his own conceptual vocabulary of symbols, ideas, and interventions—embracing the question mark, “anti-happenings,” and Ping-Pong. This … READ ON