Impressionistic Filmmaking

The ethereal, dream-like filmmaking of Kahlil Joseph (b. 1981) has reached a wider audience through collaborations with musicians including Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar and Flying Lotus. His vibrant, impressionistic style now gets its first solo presentation in New York, including a new black and white film inspired by the Harlem photographer Roy DeCarava, shown alongside his 2014 work m.A.A.d.

At New Museum, New York, until 27 September. For more information:

1.1. Kahlil Joseph, m.A.A.d., 2014 (still, detail). 35mm film transferred to twochannel video, sound, color; 15:26 min. Courtesy the artist.