Film Screening: PINE FLAT, 2005 (Sharon Lockhart)

Sharon Lockhart, PINE FLAT, 2005. Film still.

Sharon Lockhart, PINE FLAT, 2005. Film still. © Sharon Lockhart. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels

Saturday, October 27, 2018 | 3:00 p.m.
@ REDCAT
$12

The Broad presents a screening of Pine Flat, 2005 (16 mm film, color, sound, 139 minutes) by Broad collection artist, Sharon Lockhart. Featured in A Journey That Wasn’t, Lockhart’s Pine Flat Portrait Studio series (2005) includes intimate photographs taken of youth over three years in the rural town of Pine Flat, California. Pine Flat is a film of the children composed of twelve ten-minute takes, reminding viewers that perceptions of time are deeply subjective. 

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About Sharon Lockhart

Los Angeles-based artist Sharon Lockhart offers subtle and carefully made imagery that both conceals and reveals its subjects. In her signature method, Lockhart stages photographs and films capturing routine life by immersing herself in the culture of her subjects. The Broad collection features more than 20 artworks by Lockhart, including selections from the Pine Flat Portrait Studio series, which are on view in A Journey That Wasn’t, and the film Pine Flat, 2005.