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MoMA Presents Outdoor Screening of Nonfiction Films; Last few days remaining for Caroline Trouvé’s solo show at Centre Pompidou


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MoMA Presents Outdoor Screening of Films


The Museum of Modern Art will present selections from the 67th Annual Flaherty Film Seminar, ‘Land of Drifting Clouds’, at an outdoor screening at the Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden on August 17 at 8:00 pm (Eastern Time Zone). This seminar introduces filmmakers whose work reflects multiple realities and inner relationships between the local and the global. It is a week-long annual event dedicated to non-fiction cinema\’s most adventurous voices. The work presented in this year\’s program represents a paradigm shift — from how we see things to how we know them. This special screening at MoMA\’s Sculpture Garden is curated by Almudena Escobar Lopez and Sky Hopinka. Read Patch to learn more.


Last few days remaining for ‘The Great Atlas of Disorientation’ at Centre Pompidou



‘The Great Atlas of Disorientation’ is a solo exhibition of Senegal-born artist Caroline Trouvé. The artist uses coloured sheets of paper on which she throws bleach. The bleach distorts the inks of the paper and creates shapes of its own, from which she derives charcoal drawings. The exhibition is on show at Centre Pompidou till August 22nd, 2022. Caroline’s work has previously been exhibited at prominent locations such as the Migros Museum, Palais de Tokyo, and Musée d’art moderne et contemporain. Read Stir world to learn more.

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