Harlem Bespoke: Make Me Famous (Brian Vincent, 2021, 93 min). The film tells the story of the Lower East Side art movement through an unknown artist, putting creativity itself centerstage.
Tuesday, April 18th, 6:30PM-9:00PM, Moonlight & Movies: Make Me Famous at Museum of the City of New York, 104th Street and Fifth Avenue. Set during what was arguably the last great art explosion in American history, Make Me Famous explores the life and work of painter Edward Brezinski in his quest for fame. The film provides an intimate and original look at NYC’s 1980s downtown art scene, which spawned such famous break-out artists as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. Online tickets now available at the MCNY website: LINK