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To say that this installation, at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, is amazing is to scratch the surface.
Made up of 13 screens, all large–some on scrims that let the image pass through 3 or 4 layers of cloth before finally fading into nothingness, sone on screens, some on the museum walls, some in horizontal diptyches, some in vertical ones, some with vocal accompaniment, some without–the images are both pedestrian and astounding. 327 more words
Hollywood has both a long memory and a short one. This fact, along with the town’s vapidness and moral nihilism, gets the full David Cronenberg treatment in the Canadian director’s latest experiment in exaggeration, “Maps to the Stars.” 334 more words