Curated via mocalosangeles — Tomorrow night at MOCA Grand Avenue, Los Angeles Filmforum presents a screening of works by #TacitaDean. Typically, her films are installed in museum and gallery settings; Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA is honored to host Dean in this rare cinematic screening of her 16mm films, including the Los Angeles premiere of her newest film, Portraits (2016), a sustained, unadorned series of quietly expectant moments shared with artist David Hockney. This event is free for Filmforum and MOCA members; $7 for students and $12 general admission. [Tacita Dean, Human Treasure, 2006, 16mm color film, optical sound, 15 minutes, courtesy of the artist, Frith Street Gallery, London, and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York and Paris]

Tomorrow night at MOCA Grand Avenue, Los Angeles Filmforum presents a screening of works by #TacitaDean. Typically, her films are installed in museum and gallery settings; Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA is honored to host Dean in this rare cinematic screening of her 16mm films, including the Los Angeles premiere of her newest film, Portraits (2016), a sustained, unadorned series of quietly expectant moments shared with artist David Hockney. This event is free for Filmforum and MOCA members; $7 for students and $12 general admission. [Tacita Dean, Human Treasure, 2006, 16mm color film, optical sound, 15 minutes, courtesy of the artist, Frith Street Gallery, London, and Marian Goodman Gallery,
New York and Paris]

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