Look Back At Anger

Kenneth Anger at Sprüth Magers

In Kenneth Anger’s trippy visual universe, the moving image is the purest sorcery, the artist’s ultimate “magical weapon” that can be employed to seduce and corrupt. His pioneering works are giddily symbolic, ritually exploring images of the occult and Aleister Crowley’s magical  deities alongside the trappings of pop culture—for Anger, an equally insidious universal force. From February 19th at Sprüth Magers, London, Anger will be showing films (including Lucifer Rising and Invocation of My Demon Brother) as well as the light installation Hollywood Babylon, named after his gossip-mongering 1965 book, which was banned ten days after publication.

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  • Don Stewart
    Scorpio Rising, one of my all time favorites.

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