The festival continues through to March 25 with in-depth features on Gerhard Richter, Oliviero Toscani, Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge, and Charles and Ray Eames. Insightful shorts on Rachel Whiteread, Christine Sun Kim, Mark Dion, Gabriel Orozco, Chris Ofili and Tacita Dean also highlight the program.
As Canadian Art Foundation executive director Ann Webb and Illingworth Kerr Gallery assistant curator Tatiana Mellema note in their online welcome, “This year’s program includes the very best documentaries on art, design and culture, presenting artistic practices that challenge conventional boundaries and engage in acts of resistance.”
The screening schedule is as follows:
THURSDAY, MARCH 22
7 p.m. Shary Boyle: Heartburn Porcelain and HOW ARE YOU
9 p.m. Michel de Broin: Matters of Circulation and Gnarr
SATURDAY, MARCH 24
1 p.m. Tacita Dean and Thomas Ruff
2:30 p.m. Chris Ofili: Exploding the Crystal and Gerhard Richter Painting
5 p.m. Gabriel Orozco and Portrait of Resistance: The Art and Activism of Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge
7 p.m. Mark Dion and Oliviero Toscani: The Rage of Images
SUNDAY, MARCH 25
1 p.m. Christine Sun Kim, A Selby Film and Massimo Vitali
2:30 p.m. Rachel Whiteread and Eames: The Architect and the Painter
For the full festival program, including descriptions of all films and filmmaker bios, visit canadianart.ca/raffcalgary.