Binghamton University Visiting Artist Series Presents:
PROGRAM: Three Quarters (16mm to digital, 4:37, b&w, silent, 2015) / Rita Larson’s Boy (16mm to digital, 10:53, b&w, 2012) / The Island of St. Matthews (16mm to digital, 70:00, color/b&w, 2013) TRT 86 min.
Tuesday, October 12: Lecture Hall 6, 7:30 PM. Doors open at 7:00 PM. FREE
Face masks are required of all attendees, regardless of vaccination status, in accordance with University public health policies. All University public health policies will be enforced.
The work of Kevin Jerome Everson (b. 1965, Mansfield, OH) encompasses photography, printmaking, sculpture, and film. Arguably one of today’s most prolific and influential film artists, Everson has been recognized with the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Alpert Award in Film/Video, the Heinz Award in Arts and Humanities, the American Academy in Rome Prize, and the American Academy in Berlin Prize. His artwork has been the subject of retrospectives and solo exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, among many others. Everson is a Professor of Art at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Co-sponsored by the Cinema Department and Harpur College Dean’s Speakers Series Films courtesy of the artist and Picture Palace Pictures