Posts written by Pauline Eiferman
Mark Boulos’s films belong in museums, not in cinemas. “In the cinematic world, it’s harder to stay independent,” he explained, speaking on the opening night of his first solo presentation in New York. “In the art world, I can really make the films I want to make.”
Furry animals, mountains of scrap fabric, and banana-shaped benches: there’s no doubt about it, this is Misaki Kawai’s studio. Welcome to Mount Pom Pom, the imaginary mountain from which nuggets of the artist’s crazy imagination explode like confetti.