C’est La Vie! That’s Life!
26 - 28 November 2010
Marie Losier has created internationally acclaimed film portraits of artists Mike and George Kuchar, Guy Maddin, Richard Foreman, and Tony Conrad. Her films are regularly shown at prestigious film festivals and museums, in-cluding The Tate Modern, The Whitney Museum, PS1, MOMA, Tribeca Film Festival, The International Berlin and Rotterdam Film Festivals and The Cinematheque Francaise, and she was included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. A work-in-progress version of her documentary feature, "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye," was presented in 2009 at The Centre George Pompidou. She was part of the IFP Market in September 2009. Marie is the film curator for the Alliance Francaise in New York since 2000.
Peter Hristoff was born 1958 in Istanbul Turkey; his family immigrated to New York in 1963. Hristoff received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts of New York (1981) and his MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York (1983). He is the recipient of the Joan Mitchell Award in Painting, The New York Foundation for the Arts Award in Drawing and the Moon and Stars Project Grant. Hristoff has been exhibiting since 1981 and has had 22 solo and 65 group exhibitions to date. Recent projects include The Meandros Festival, a film collaboration with Residency Unlimited and an installation at the Flux Factory, New York. He is a professor of painting and drawing at his Alma Mater, the School of Visual Arts. Hristoff is represented by C.A.M. Gallery in Istanbul.
||The Ontological Cowboy
||Slap the Gondola!
Short videos in the program
Manuelle Labor, 2007, 10'
The Touch Retouched, 2002, 5'
The Ontological Cowboy, 2005, 15'
Tony Tony Conrad: DreaMinimalist, 2008, 26'
Slap the Gondola!, 2010, 15'
Cet Air La, 2010, 3'
Les Italiens, un debut, 2009, 7'
Rattles and Cherries, 2006, 4'
Puce Cement, 2009, 6'
Look At Me When You Do That, 2010, 10'
The Colors of Peter, 2007, 5'