Agnès Varda in New York
Two talks, an exhibition and a screening series.
An exhibition of video installation, photography and sculpture, Varda's first in NYC, opens on Thursday at Blum & Poe and "highlights works made from 1949 to the present, a rare amalgam of various epochs of the prolific artist's lifetime."
And on Friday, March 10, Village Voice senior film critic Melissa Anderson will host a live talk with Varda at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, presented in conjunction with Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the series opening tomorrow and running through March 12.
For more on Varda and her work, see last fall's symposium at Reverse Shot, CineVardaUtopia.