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Stills from Charles Atlas's Hail the New Puritan (1986) and Dara Birnbaum's Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman (1978/79). ©CHARLES ATLAS/COURTESY LUHRING AUGUSTINE, NEW YORK, AND PRESTEL PUBLISHING/©DARA BIRNBAUM/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY

‘Give Me Some Power Chords, Really Loud!’ Things Got a Little Rowdy at Last Night’s Kitchen Gala

“There’s a little bit of Palladium frisson going on here,” Tim Griffin, the executive director of the Kitchen, said at last night’s gala benefiting that institution. And indeed there was—East Village veterans and Lower East Side emerging artists mingled throughout … Read More


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Back to the Future: 50 Years of Video Art at the Broad Art Museum, MSU

October 17, 2015 to February 14, 2016 Read More


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Screenshot of Charles Atlas' new film for Calvin Klein's Fall 2015 Women's collection. VIA CALVIN KLEIN

Charles Atlas Shot Two Films for Calvin Klein

Forty-seven years ago, Charles Atlas was an avant-garde cult figure working with Merce Cunningham on Walkaround Time, a dance work that led to many of the video works Atlas has produced over the past few decades. Now, Atlas is no less … Read More


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Production still from Charles Atlas' 2015 Frieze Film commission. MICK BELLO

Frieze Film 2015 Commissions Include a New Charles Atlas Film

Frieze London announced its 2015 film commissions today. Part of an initiative known as Frieze Film, which is part of Frieze Projects and curated by Nicola Lees, it includes a new work by Charles Atlas. All four films will air in England on … Read More


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Charles Atlas: Ready for Prime Time

The artist stars in Chelsea and Times Square Read More


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A Psychedelic, Futuristic, Sometimes Demented Film Festival in Brooklyn

Featuring everyone from Ryan Trecartin to Sandra Bernhard to Merce Cunningham, BAM’s Migrating Forms festival unites the cutting edge in art and film Read More