19 winters / 7 springs contends with the idea of Buffalo, New York, and the lives of its inhabitants—its human and animal life, its architecture and landscape—all rendered by Gregory Halpern in their dynamic complexity. This exhibition plots the cyclical nature of time and the passage of seasons, but Halpern’s photographs also register both the visual evidence of history and the particularity of life in the present.
Curator’s Choice | Valentines Bergman Style Summer with Monika is Ingmar Bergman’s twelfth feature and, arguably, his first masterpiece. Over the past seventy years it has been interpreted and reinterpreted as an idyll, a tragedy, a romance, a satire, or even a horror film. It may be all of that, as it is one of Bergman’s most unconstrained works.
Curator’s Choice | Valentines Bergman Style Ingmar Bergman is, among many other things, responsible for what may be the most elegant sex comedy ever made on film. Set at the turn of the century and inspired by a wide range of writers and filmmakers (from Shakespeare and Maupassant to Ophüls, Lubitsch, and Renoir), it, in turn, left a huge trace in culture, including direct remakes on Broadway (Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music) and on screen (Woody Allen’s A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy).