Please join us on Thursday, December 15th for a screening of Love's Presentation and Richard Hamilton at Night Gallery in Los Angeles. There will be a Q&A after the screening.
Love’s Presentation (1966) is the first of many in a series of films on contemporary artists by James in the late sixties and early seventies. The film captures the creation of David Hockney’s famous ‘Cavafy' etchings with a commentary improvised to the film by Hockney himself.
Richard Hamilton (1969), made in a true collaboration with the artist over a two year period, traces the forerunner of Pop Art's incorporation of mass media into his work.
2276 E 16th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Thursday, December 15th
Doors at 7:00pm / Screening at 7:30