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March 5, 2013  |  An Auteurist History of Film
George Cukor’s The Actress
Spencer Tracy and Jean Simmons in The Actress. 1953. USA. Directed by George Cukor

Spencer Tracy and Jean Simmons in The Actress. 1953. USA. Directed by George Cukor

These notes accompany screenings of George Cukor’s The Actress on March 6, 7, and 8 in Theater 3.

George Cukor (1899–1983), a graduate of DeWitt Clinton High School, was barely out of his teens when he began working on Broadway. Read more

May 21, 2012  |  Intern Chronicles, Viewpoints
A Seamless Whole: New Conceptions of Time and Space in Japan

“The world is one, a seamless whole, for those who can see it; for those who can learn to observe, to regard, to understand.”—Donald Richie

The hallway leading into Kurenboh, a "meditation gallery" attached to the Chohouin Buddhist Temple of Kuramae, Tokyo

As I emerged from Kurenboh, a gallery tucked away in the Kuramae area of Tokyo, the words of Donald Richie, former Curator of Film at MoMA (1969–72), resonated in my mind. Read more