The Serpentine Gallery is holding a retrospective exhibition forJonas Mekas, founder of Anthology Film Archives in New York with his brother and other agitators of the 1950s and the decades that followed. The exhibition was conceived by the artist as a way to revisit his archives, which contain endless hours of film and countless rolls of video and photographs. Whether he’s shooting or editing, Mekas has a good time and the viewer does, too. And he does it every day.
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