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21st-centurys-100-greatest-films

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The best that cinema has had to offer since 2000 as picked by 177 film critics from around the world.

A New Film and Book Seek the True Hieronymus Bosch

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A New Film and Book Seek the True Hieronymus Bosch by Lauren Palmer on August 4, 2016
Matthijs Ilsink, art historian with Hieronymus Bosch’s “Saint Christopher” (1490–1505) at the Rotterdam Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (image courtesy Kino Lorber) Roughly 30 minutes into Pieter van Huystee’s first feature-length film, Hieronymus Bosch: Touched by the Devil, Gabriele Finaldi, former deputy director of conservation and research at the Museo del Prado in Madrid, gives a sterling, succinct answer as to why El Bosco (as the Dutch artist is known in Spain) and his wor…

A Deep Dive into the Legacy of LA’s Surrealists

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A Deep Dive into the Legacy of LA’s Surrealists by Daniel Gerwin on August 3, 2016
Cameron, “Sebastian (Imaginary Portrait of Kenneth Anger)” (1962), ink and gouache on paper, 20 x 30 inches (all images courtesy the artist and Richard Telles Fine Art) LOS ANGELES — The official Made in L.A. show is at the Hammer Museum, but a felicitous counterpoint is currently at Richard Telles in the Fairfax district. Made in L.A., the third in a biannual exhibition at the museum, features artists who are already highly regarded, or else anointed as up-and-coming, whereas Telles presents a historic…