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The Last Clean Shirt

Aug. 20 - Dec. 23, 2014


Alfred Leslie and Frank O'Hara

Alfred Leslie and Frank O’Hara were both associated with the New York School, a group of artists, writers, and musicians that comprised the downtown avant-garde of the 1950s and ’60s. Frank O’Hara is considered one of the most important and influential postwar American poets. Two years prior to his untimely death, he collaborated with Leslie to produce the experimental film The Last Clean Shirt (1964). This layered work blends highbrow and bohemian art, poetry and film to comment on the social and political climate of the mid ’60s. The film is being screened in conjunction with the exhibition Alfred Leslie: The Killing Cycle….


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