In conjunction with the WHC exhibit “Can Rocks Feel Pain? The Bitter Landscapes of Palestine”
Dr. Juliet Carey, Senior Curator, Waddesdon Manor (The Rothschild Collection)
Abigail Green, Professor of Modern European History, University of Oxford
Dr. Tom Stammers, Associate Professor in Modern European History, University of Durham
Stuck in her boring factory town, twenty-three-year-old Marina is at the mercy of both her father’s impending death and her distaste for other humans.
Screening Followed by a Q&A with Director Athina Rachel Tsangari
Athina Rachel Tsangari was born on April 2, 1966 in Athens, Greece. She is a producer and director, known for Chevalier (2015), Before Midnight (2013) and Attenberg (2010).
The first film in a series on Weird Greek Wave: What’s So Weird About Contemporary Greek Cinema?
Special guest Sam Chauncey, adviser to Yale President Kingman Brewster
(Humanities and Whitney Humanities Center)
The Films and Videos of Richard Serra
Prisoner’s Dilemma (USA, 1974) 45 min. 16mm.
Railroad Turnbridge (USA, 1976) 3 min. 16mm.
Steelmill/Stahlwerk (USA, 1979) 27 min. 16mm.
Introduced by Joanna Fiduccia (History of Art, Yale)
(The Gagosian Gallery, New York; Film and Media Studies Program; History of Art; Yale School of Art; and Films at the Whitney, supported by the Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at Yale)
All prints courtesy The Museum of Modern Art, NY / Anthology Film Archives, NY.
Paul Revere (USA, 1971) 9 min, 16mm.
Anxious Automation (USA, 1971) 5 min. video.
Veil (USA, 1971) 7 min. 16mm.
China Girl (USA, 1972) 11 min. video.
Surprise Attack (USA, 1973) 2 min. video.
Television Delivers People (USA, 1973) 6 min. video.
Boomerang (USA, 1974) 10 min. video.
Introduced by Chrissie Iles (Whitney Museum of American Art), followed by discussion with Chrissie Iles and Joanna Fiduccia (History of Art, Yale)
Join Rabbi Jonah Pesner and Reverend Hurmon Hamilton for a powerful conversation about how people of faith can come together to advocate for justice, and what this means in a world of racism and antisemitism. In 2005, Reverend Hamilton and Rabbi Pesner co-led a grassroots campaign that organized thousands of religious people in the Massachusetts fight for health care access, which became a nationwide model for reform.
Mikhal Dekel, Professor & Director of Rifkind Center for the Humanities and Arts, CCNY
The Benjamin (Yale 1962) and Barbara Zucker Lecture Series
The Franke Visiting Fellow Lecture
Vyacheslav Gryaznov Solo Piano Recital
Acclaimed Russian pianist and composer offers a solo recital from the works of Grieg, J.S. Bach, Debussy & Ravel
Full biography- https://gryaznoff.com/en/bio
(European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center, Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund, and the Whitney Humanities Center)