When: Fri., Nov. 9, 7-10 p.m. 2018
When Andy Warhol made art, he didn’t really care about whether or not the masses would approve. His 1967 film Chelsea Girls, which is screening at the Andy Warhol Museum in a new digital transfer, is a three-hour experimental journey into the lives of young women living at the Hotel Chelsea in New York. Upon its release, Roger Ebert described the film as “employing perversion and sensation like chili sauce to disguise the aroma of the meal.” So, that probably means it’s a great time. The screening is in celebration of the recent release of Andy Warhol’s Chelsea Girls, a book detailing the making and impact of the film.
Price: Free; Registration is required