Sunday, Sept. 18, 5:00 pm, Collins Cinema
Lewis Klahr to introduce his film, Sixty Six, at Wellesley
Called "the reigning proponent of cut and paste" by J. Hoberman of the Village Voice, master collagist Lewis Klahr has been making films since 1977. He is known for his uniquely idiosyncratic collage films which have screened extensively in the United States, Europe and Asia—in venues such as New York's Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Biennial, the New York Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Hong Kong International Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the LA County Museum of Art, the Tate Modern and REDCAT. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Coleccion Inelcom. (source)
On Sunday, September 18, Wellesley College will host a screening of Lewis Klahr's recent film, Sixty Six, as part of its popular Cinéphile Sundays film series. The artist and filmmaker himself will be in attendance to present the film. This event is not to be missed!