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Carnegie International Exhibition, 57th Edition, 2018: Kevin Jerome Everson

A research guide to the 57th Carnegie International Exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, PA.

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Kevin Jerome Everson's Interview | Masterclass

"Kevin Jerome Everson's impressive body of work, five full-length films that cross the boundaries between documentary, experimental and fiction film, and a huge variety of short features, stands out as one of the most fascinating creations of modern cinema. Focusing on history, society, and mythology, Everson's work sinks into the creases of space and time where past and future meet and thus reaches a cinematic place where the process of filmmaking becomes the silent witness of the daily struggle of mankind. The use of complex long takes and the careful attention lent to the anthropological and political transformations of the African-American working class are the core of a unique oeuvre that stands out in contemporary cinema in a fascinating, hypnotic, and potent way."