Tonight, Miami-based artist Dara Friedman’s first career survey and largest exhibition to date opens at PAMM. It also marks the museum’s biggest show ever by a local artist. On view through March 4, 2018, during the coveted Art Basel week, no less, “Dara Friedman: Perfect Stranger” presents 16 major film and video works throughout 20 years. She’ll discuss her structural filmmaking techniques and intuitive process with PAMM and exhibit curator René Morales at 7 p.m. Friedman, a native of Germany, studied with Austrian filmmaker Peter Kubelka. Her works, ranging from 1998’s Government Cut Freestyle to Dichter (Poets, 2017), pictured, often incorporate emotion, everyday sights and sounds, and 20th-century experimental cinema. She’s also had solo shows at MOMA, the Hammer, and the former Miami Art Museum.
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