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Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA Presents Peter Hutton, In Memory

eter Hutton, Study of a River, 1996-1997 (II), 2016, digital print on archival paper,

eter Hutton, Study of a River, 1996-1997 (II), 2016, digital print on archival paper,

Peter Hutton (1944–2016) was a revered filmmaker and teacher whose life and work have made a lasting impact on generations of moving-image artists. His themes were focused and few—the city, the sea, and the landscape, especially that of the Hudson River Valley—and Hutton brought a keen eye to them all, producing luminous images that seem to float upon the screen. This screening presents five of Hutton’s most memorable films and personal reflections from fellow filmmakers and colleagues, including Ephraim Asili, Kelly Reichardt, Steve Anker, and James Benning.

Screening:
New York Near Sleep for Saskia, 1972
16mm, black and white, silent, 10 minutes

New York Portrait, Chapter I, 1979
16mm, black and white, silent, 16 minutes

New York Portrait, Chapter II, 1981
16mm, black and white, silent, 16 minutes

In Titan's Goblet, 1991
16mm, black and white, silent, 10 minutes

Study of a River, 1997
16mm, black and white, silent, 16 minutes

Real Sculpture, Virtual Reality @ Shoshana Wayne Gallery

You are invited to a virtual reality event at Shoshana Wayne Gallery in conjunction with Shirley Tse's current exhibition, "Lift Me Up So I Can See Better."  As part of this Mixed Reality Experience/Analog Virtual Convergence, visitors will be able to interact with sculptures in virtual space using award-winning Near-Field capture technology.  The event will also feature 360º video/still documentation of the installation process which can be viewed with Google Cardboard goggles for smartphones. 

Please contact the gallery for more information.

Real Sculpture, Virtual Reality
August 20, 2016
3 - 5 PM

 

Peter Hutton

Shoshana Wayne Gallery is deeply saddened by the loss of Peter Hutton.  Peter was a brilliant filmmaker, artist, and teacher whose life’s work will continue to inspire us.  We are honored to have exhibited Peter Hutton/Film Stills earlier this year and In Titan’s Goblet in 2000.  We wish to extend our condolences to Peter’s family, friends, and colleagues.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/27/movies/peter-hutton-filmmaker-with-austerely-romantic-worldview-dies-at-71.html