reviews

  • “Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences”

    Centre Pompidou

    The visually complex and thematically rich cinema of Alfred Hitchcock has inspired numerous artists at work today, as evidenced in “Notorious: Alfred Hitchcock and Contemporary Art,” a 1999 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. Yet despite all the homages, allusions, appropriations, and deconstructions of Hitchcock that have appeared in recent art, what has not been recognized is the degree to which he as a filmmaker drew his own creative inspiration from a diverse range of modern artists.

    That's no longer the case, thanks to the extraordinary exhibition “Hitchcock et l'art: coincidences

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