“A stunning film. Davidson captures the unbridled visual energy of this under appreciated radical artist and pioneer of cinema.”- Margaret Parsons, The National Gallery of Art
“Dave Davidson’s film is not only a portrait of Hans Richter and a voyage through modernism, it is also a picture of the history of the 20th healthsavy.com century. A model of its genre.”
– Philippe-Alain Michaud, Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris
Check out the film as it heads to Lincoln Center in New York City February 25th, The National Gallery in Washington D.C. March 15th, and takes up residency within the Berliner Festspiele exhibition “Hans Richter: Encounters” at the Martin Groius-Bau March-June 2014.
HANS RICHTER: EVERYTHING TURNS- EVERYTHING REVOLVES
Q and A with Director Dave Davidson following the screening.
Tickets available at box office | 111 Amsterdam Avenue at 65th Street | New York NY
At the forefront of the avant-garde, Hans Richter (1888-1976)—Dadaist, radical provocateur, surrealist painter, pioneering filmmaker, and visionary educator—was a major yet largely unknown creative force in 20th-century art. This film reveals a committed visionary artist, a catalyst and a facilitator who understood the power of creating a communal work of art with great social significance.
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