If you happen to be in New York in the next few weeks, head over to 26th St. at 10th Ave., and head inside the Harris Lieberman Gallery to see Karl Haendel’s video installation, “Questions for My Father.” I don’t normally plug video installations on this blog (though I should), but my friend Brian Diedrick is featured in it. It’s 11 minutes of close-up shots of men who appear to be in their 20s/30s, set against a black backdrop, just asking those hard-to-ask questions they always wanted to ask their fathers. I viewed it yesterday, and it is very moving.
“Questions for My Father” at Harris Lieberman Gallery Through 10/31
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