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Vered Engelhard

VERED ENGELHARD is an interdisciplinary practitioner with an Art History MA from Columbia University.

Yasi Alipour: As Dreams

In the search for an intergenerational and international social mechanism for historical construction, the artist asks us to relate to each other as contemporaries. Encouraging us, specifically, to take these various interpretations from Iranians ‘then’ to the experience of our ‘now’ in the United States.

DAVID MICHALEK: SlowDancing/TrioA

He filled Danspace in St. Marks Church (a historical landmark for the Judson generation) with a unique deconstruction of Trio A, one centered on its relationship to time.

What Erupts and What Matters: On Yvonne Rainer's Films

Last month, the Film Society of Lincoln Center hosted a comprehensive retrospective of Yvonne Rainer’s filmic work.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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