Steven Arnold:
Screening & Closing Reception


Still from Messages, Messages, 1968. Courtesy of the Steven Arnold Archive


Saturday, January 12, 2013

Screening, 5-7pm
Messages, Messages
and Steven Arnold's Heavenly Bodies

West Hollywood Library Community Room

625 North San Vicente Boulevard 
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Reception, 7-9pm 
ONE Archives Gallery & Museum
626 North Robertson Boulevard 
West Hollywood, CA 90069


Please join ONE for a screening of Steven Arnold's Messages, Messages (1968) and the new documentary Steven Arnold's Heavenly Bodies at the West Hollywood Library, followed by a closing reception for the exhibition  Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum.

Produced with collaborator Michael Wiese, Messages, Messages was Arnold's third short film for which he and Weise were invited to the Directors Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. Weise described Messages, Messages as, "a journey of the psyche into the world of the unconscious, influenced by Dali, Bu´┐Żuel, and the German expressionists." Steven Arnold's Heavenly Bodies is a new documentary about the artist produced by artist and filmmaker Stephanie Farago, Creative Director of the Steven Arnold Archive. This special preview screening will include a Q&A with the director.

The West Hollywood Community Room is located next to the library's main entrance. Following the screening, please join us at the the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum, locating just next door to the library on El Tovar Place, for a closing reception for Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities.
 



Screening presented with support from the City of West Hollywood. Generous
support for this exhibition is provided by Wells Fargo.



This will be the last weekend to see Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities at the ONE Gallery. Be sure to see the exhibition before
it closes on Sunday, January 13th!



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