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With or with­out us re­al­is­ing it, the films we are ex­posed to in life in­flu­ence our per­cep­tion and mem­o­ries. Such re­la­tion­ship of cause and ef­fect is ex­plored in ‘Walk­ers: Hol­ly­wood Af­ter­lives in Art and Ar­ti­fact’, an ex­hi­bi­tion or­gan­ised by in­de­pen­dent cu­ra­tor and scholar Robert M. Ru­bin. Re­volv­ing around the theme of Hol­ly­wood iconog­ra­phy, the ex­hi­bi­tion dis­plays 120 works by 40 artists that study and re­de­fine some of the past cen­tury’s most iconic films through pho­tog­ra­phy, draw­ing, sculp­ture, print, and video. Also in­cluded are rare film ephemeras rang­ing from the cos­tume de­signs for Rose­mary’s Baby to orig­i­nal key book stills from The 39 Steps. Un­til April 10, 2016 at the Mu­seum of the Mov­ing Im­age. www.movingim­age.us

Un­ti­tled ( Bob Hope), 2012,

Richard Prince

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