Anger in London


It’s that man again… Following on the heels of the occult-themed Strange Attractor Salon (which is running events throughout this month, it should be noted; tickets here), the Sprüth Magers gallery, London, has a Kenneth Anger exhibition opening on February 19th based around Anger’s delirious short film Invocation of My Demon Brother (1969) and his scurrilous anthology of movie tragedy and gossip, Hollywood Babylon. Anger himself presents a showing of his films on the same day at Tate Modern.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Arabesque for Kenneth Anger by Marie Menken
Strange Attractor Salon
Edmund Teske
Kenneth Anger on DVD again
Mouse Heaven by Kenneth Anger
The Man We Want to Hang by Kenneth Anger
Relighting the Magick Lantern
Kenneth Anger on DVD…finally

2 thoughts on “Anger in London”

  1. Yes, and he appears in a recent film about his life and work on the BFI DVD set. He looks better now than he did in the BBC’s Hollywood Babylon documentary about 20 years ago where he had a strangely embalmed appearance!

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