WE INVITE YOU TO AN EVENING WITH
BRITISH FILMMAKER AND INSTALLATION ARTIST, ISAAC JULIEN, CBE
FRIDAY | DECEMBER 1, 2017 | 5:45 PM
western union, small boats
DIRECTOR, KRAMLICH COLLECTION
in conversation with the artist, Isaac Julien
1340 Main Street | St. Helena, CA
Friday | December 1st | 5:45 pm
Screening and Wine Reception
with the Artist. $75
DINNER SOLD OUT
Screening, Wine Reception and
Dinner created by Chef Cindy Pawlycn
Cindy's Backstreet Kitchen
Seating for dinner with Isaac Julien is limited to forty guests.
WESTERN UNION, SMALL BOATS (THE LEOPARD)
Western Union: Small Boats creates a dialogue about human migration and the struggle with displacement and the loss of sense of place. The work wavers between the splendor of Palazzo Gangi, one of the filming locations of Italian director Luchino Visconti’s history epic The Leopard, and the vastness of the Mediterranean. 2007, 20 MIN
Baltimore deals with the cinematization of video art, on the one hand, and a queering and racing of the museum, on the other. Grand Jury Prize at the Kunstfilm Biennale in Cologne. 2003, 13 MIN
This event is made possible through the generosity of
pamela and richard Kramlich
The Kramlich Collection is recognized internationally as one of the most important collections of film, video and media art. Since 1987 Pamela and Richard Kramlich have been pioneers of collecting in the field of media art and in 1997 commissioned Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron to design a home in Napa Valley to live with their art collection.
Friends of the Cameo is a non-profit, is a 501(c)(3) organization, tax id #46-1415228 and your ticket purchase is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Isaac Julien, Western Union, Small Boats, 2007, multi-screen film, Royal Ontario Museum, 2017. Photo: Yilong Liu