PETER AND THE FARM
Q&A with Tony Stone following the 7pm show on November 4
Peter Dunning is a rugged individualist in the extreme, a hard-drinking loner and former artist who has burned bridges with his wives and children and whose only company, even on harsh winter nights, are the sheep, cows, and pigs he tends on his Vermont farm. Peter is also one of the most complicated, sympathetic documentary subjects to come along in some time, a product of the 1960s counterculture whose poetic idealism has since soured. For all his candor, he slips into drunken self-destructive habits, cursing the splendors of a pastoral landscape that he has spent decades nurturing. Imbued with an aching tenderness, Tony Stone’s documentary is both haunting and heartbreaking, a mosaic of its singular subject’s transitory memories and reflections—however funny, tragic, or angry they may be.
THE OCCUPANT OF THIS APARTMENT WAS RECENTLY HOSPITALIZED FOR COMPLICATIONS DUE TO ALCOHOL
The hunger is real!
does this make you laugh?
Utah middle schoolers killed by ‘PINK’
November 5 – December 18, 2016
OPENING: Saturday, November 5th from 6-9pm
The Hole is proud to announce the first New York solo exhibition by LA-based artist Joe Reihsen. “About Face” will use all galleries in our entire 3,800 sq. ft. space, with a range of works from three up to twenty feet.