Films and photographs by the acclaimed German filmmaker and artist Ulrike Ottinger will be exhibited on both coasts in March and April, and she will be present for many of them:
- UNDER SNOW screens at the Museum of Modern Art on March 2 & 10 as part of their series Carte Blanche: Mariette Rissenbeek on German Women Cinematographers. Ottinger will be in person for a discussion following the March 2 screening.
- In conjunction with the German Women Cinematographers series at MoMA, Ottinger will participate in a conversation with other female cinematographers at Deutsches Haus at NYU on March 3.
- The Metrograph will be screen JOHANNA D’ARC OF MONGOLIA on March 2 with Ottinger in attendance and TICKET OF NO RETURN on March 5.
- Ottinger’s amazing photographs will be on view ONLY until March 3 at Bridget Donahue Gallery. Ottinger will be in attendance on March 3 for the closing of the exhibition.
- On the west coast, the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) will host a retrospective of Ottinger’s work March 1 – April 7 including WMM films TICKET OF NO RETURN and Brigitte Kramer’s film portrait of Ottinger, ULRIKE OTTINGER: NOMAD FROM THE LAKE as well as THE IMAGE OF DORIAN GREY. See the full list of films here.