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    Screening and Talk: Douglas Crimp on the Films of Andy Warhol at the Kitchen
    In the mid 1960s, Warhol declared he was quitting painting to make films. He threw himself into the endeavor, creating more than 100 over the next few years (not counting his hundreds of Screen Tests), though he withdrew them from circulation in the early 1970s. Art historian Douglas Crimp has spent years examining that body of work and will read excerpts from his new book on the subject, Our Kind of Movie, between selections from the films. –Andrew Russeth
    The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, New York, 7 p.m. Read More

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