Alfred Leslie: Cool Man in a Golden Age

2/9/10 to 2/16/10

Leslie was a key figure on the New York scene in the fifties and sixties, and is still a vital artist today. We present Leslie's collaborations with Frank O'Hara and the legendary Pull My Daisy.

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  • Pull My Daisy, February 9

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Past Films

  • A Golden Age: Short Films by Alfred Leslie

    • Tuesday, February 16 7:30 pm

    Alfred Leslie (U.S., 1965–2008). Introduction and reading of Frank O'Hara poems by Bill Berkson. Richard O. Moore in person. The poetry of Frank O'Hara runs through Leslie's recent works. Plus Richard O. Moore's 1966 doc on O'Hara and a reconstruction of Leslie's 1965 performance in collaboration with Ken and Flo Jacobs. (c. 120 mins)

  • A Cool Man: Short Films by Alfred Leslie

    • Tuesday, February 9 7:30 pm

    Alfred Leslie (U.S., 1959–2008). Alfred Leslie regrets that he cannot travel to the Bay Area at this time, as previously planned. Three films by this important New York artist, including his legendary collaboration with Robert Frank and Jack Kerouac, Pull My Daisy. (100 mins)