Event: HOPPER AND HITCHCOCK: SPECTATORSHIP AND VOYEURISM IN ART AND FILM
Organizer: SMITHSONIAN ASSOCIATES
Speakers: David Gariff
Tickets: $25 (concessions may apply)
Date: Aug 7th 3:00pm Pacific Time (USA). Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Aug 7th 3:00pm | ET: Aug 7th 6:00pm.
Europe - UK: Aug 7th 11:00pm | CET: Aug 8th 12:00am.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Aug 8th 6:00am | AET: Aug 8th 8:00am.
"Alfred Hitchcock and American painter Edward Hopper, an unlikely artistic pair, shared a rich and complex vision: Both were deeply affected by the traditions of film noir. Each created a unique visual language shaped by the psychological implications of spectatorship, voyeurism, and viewer empathy...
Using film stills from Rear Window, Psycho, and other iconic Hitchcock classics, as well as such Hopper paintings as New York Movie and Nighthawks, David Gariff, senior lecturer at the National Gallery of Art, explores the formal and thematic links between these artists..."
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