Pat O'Neill is included in the group show Los Angeles, les anées cool / Judy Chicago at Villa Arson in Nice. The exhibition is centered around Chicago and includes artworks by other west coast contemporaries.
In 2017, the Tate Modern's ARTISTS' CINEMA film series will expand the conversation between film and live performance, and examine artists’ various approaches to ethnography and the representation of cultural identities. The series will also feature the UK premiere of Pat O’Neill’s stunning experimental film Where the Chocolate Mountains.
In the spring of 2015, with the assistance of a Creative Capital grant, O’Neill completed a new feature film entitled Where the Chocolate Mountains. Following the New York debut at Anthology Film Archives earlier this year, Mitchell-Innes & Nash is excited to be screening this new feature for a one-night-only event at the Chelsea gallery. Refreshments and snacks will be served; no RSVP required. Run time is 55 minutes.
Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington will present a selection of short films produced by experimental filmmaker and artist, Pat O'Neill. The program features a number of key early works, including 7362 (1967), a three-screen version of Runs Good (1970), Easy Out (1971), Last of the Persimmons (1972), and Down Wind (1973). Art Historian Johanna Gosse will introduce the films and lead a post-screening Q&A.
In the spring of 2015, with the assistance of a Creative Capital grant, Pat O’Neill completed a new feature film entitled Where the Chocolate Mountains. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is excited to be screening this new feature for a one day only event at Anthology Film Archives on Sunday December 13, 2015 at 1 pm. The film has a 55 minute run time and will followed by a discussion between Pat O’Neill and independent curator Tina Kukielski.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce representation of LA-based artist and filmmaker Pat O'Neill.