Still from Peter Hutton’s New York Portraits: Chapter I (1979)
UNC Charlotte is welcoming acclaimed experimental filmmaker, Peter Hutton. Head to the main campus to hear Hutton speak at an opening reception for his New York Portraits: Chapter I (1979), Chapter II (1981), and Chapter III (1990). The talk begins at 5:30 PM this evening at Storrs Gallery on the UNC Charlotte Main Campus. The Exhibition will be open through April 20th.
On Saturday, you can hear Hutton Uptown at the UNC Charlotte Center City Campus where he will speak prior to the screening of 4 short silent films on the subject of industrialization: Boston Fire (1979), Lodz Symphony (1993), Study of a River (1997), and Three Landscapes (2013). The evenings events start at 6:00pm
Hutton is a renowned cinematographer known for his portrait like films of cites and landscapes. He has produced more than 20 films and was awarded Best Cinematography for No Picnic at the 1987 Sundance Film Festival. In May 2008 The Museum of Modern Art in New York held a full retrospective of Hutton’s films, and his work has been shown in major museums and festivals in the U.S. and Europe, including the Whitney Biennial (1985, 1991, 1995, 2004).