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  • LOVER HATER CUNTY INTELLECTUAL
    Solo exhibition by Michelle Handelman

    April 18 – May 26, 2019

    Opening Reception: Thursday April 18, 6:00-8:00pm
    Performances: Sat May 4 & Sun May 5, 4:00pm

    signs and symbols
    102 Forsyth St.
    New York, NY



    FRAMEWORK: THE JOURNAL OF CINEMA AND MEDIA
    Volume 59, Number 2, Fall 2018

    HUSTLERS & EMPIRES, a visual essay by Michelle Handelman
    commissioned by Framework, an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to theoretical and historical
    work on diverse and current trends in media and film scholarship.

    This issue features visual essays by Michelle Handelman, Bette Gordon, Rob Roth and M.M. Serra.



    MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
    VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES: MICHELLE HANDELMAN

    Tuesday November 06, 2018, 4:00-5:30pm
    Fred Lazarus IV Center 115 – Auditorium
    MICA / Maryland Institute College of Art
    131 W North Ave
    Baltimore, MD 21217



    BARD COLLEGE
    VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES: MICHELLE HANDELMAN

    Tuesday October 2, 2018, 5-7pm
    Fisher Studio Arts Building
    Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


    AMP: ART MARKET PROVINCETOWN

    Group show featuring work by Michelle Handelman | John Kelly |
    Bobby Miller | Katrina Del Mar | Bobby Busnach

    June 08 – June 27, 2018
    Exhibition on view during gallery hours

    Opening reception: June 8, 6-9pm


    HUSTLERS & EMPIRES

    SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
    a new commission with SFMOMA curated by Frank Smigiel

    March 12 – March 18, 2018
    Exhibition on view during museum hours

    March 17, 6:00 pm
    Live Performance featuring
    JOHN KELLY * VIVA RUIZ * SHANNON FUNCHESS

     

    SFMOMA
    151 Third St.
    San Francisco, California 94103


    FASHION IN FILM FESTIVAL

    2017 | WEARING TIME: RETURNS, RECALLS, RENEWALS

    March 11-26, 2017   locations throughout London

    Bringing together film screenings, talks, panel discussions and an exhibition,
    Fashion in Film Festival’s 10th anniversary season explores the fascinating connections
    between fashion, cinema and time. co-curated by Tom Gunning and Marketa Uhlirova.


    PROGRAM: RESURRECTING AND RE-EDITING THE CINEMA DIVA
    March 11, 2016, 6:30 pm
    Introduced by the festival’s co-curator Tom Gunning

    Michelle Handelman’s IRMA VEP, THE LAST BREATH  screens with Joseph Cornell’s ROSE HOBART
    and Jane and Louise Wilson’s UNFOLDING THE ARYAN PAPERS.

    The Horse Hospital
    Colonnade, Bloomsbury
    London WC1N 1 JD

    www.fashioninfilm.com

     


    INCARCERATION NATION
    Curated by Jessica Hunter-Larsen

    I.D.E.A. SPACE
    October 27 – December 17, 2016

    Artists: Michelle Handelman, Jesse Krimes, Maria Gaspar, Richard Ross,
    Emily Waters, Photographs from The Solitary Project.

    Thursday October 27, 5:30-7PM
    Cornerstone Arts Center Film Screening Room
    Artist talk by Michelle Handelman

    Friday October 28, 4:30-6PM
    I.D.E.A. Space & Film Screening Room
    Opening and panel discussion with Jean Casella,
    Michelle Handelman, Jesse Krimes, Yannis Simonides.

     

    I.D.E.A. Space
    Colorado College
    825 N. Cascade Ave.
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903


    INTIMATELY QUEER
    Curated by: Dillon Chapman

    The Power Station
    Screening: 9pm, August 29, 2016


    Michelle Handelman’s DORIAN, A CINEMATIC PERFUME
    screens with films by Dana DeGiulio, Kris Grey,
    Navid Sinaki and Craig Weinstein.

    The Power Station
    3816 Commerce Street
    Dallas, Texas

    http://powerstationdallas.com/#

     


    TIME TEST: INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART RESEARCH EXHIBITION
    Curated by: Caitlín Doherty, Wang Huangsheng, Wang Chunchen, Dong Bingfeng

    China Academy of Fine Art Museum
    Opening: 15:30, July 2, 2016
    Dates: July 2-August 28, 2016

    CAFA Art Museum and the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum join up to organize this project
    that presents around 50 domestic and foreign artists with two collateral exhibitions:

    I.“Moving Time: Video Art at 50, 1965-2015” researches significant artworks in the
    last 50 years of western video art development.

    II.Screen Test: Chinese Video Art since the 1980s” focuses on the last thirty years of
    Chinese video art through representative Chinese voices.

    ARTISTS INCLUDE: Marina Abramović, Charles Atlas, Valie Export, Harun Farocki,
    Jean-Luc Godard, Michelle Handelman, Joan Jonas, Sam Jury, Chris Marker,
    Anne-Marie Miéville, Nástio Mosquito, Luis Felipe Ortega, Nam June Paik,
    Julian Rosefeldt, Martha Rosler, Michael Snow, Steina and Woody Vasulka,
    Bill Viola, Andy Warhol, Weng Yunpeng, Cao Fei, Cheng Ran, Miao Ying,
    Wang Bing, Ming Wong, Xu Tan, Xu Zhen, Yang Fudong, Zhang Peili.

    CAFA Art Museum
    A & B Halls on the 2nd Floor
    Beijing, China

    http://museum.cafa.com.cn