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Crystal Moselle’s peculiar documentary “The Wolfpack,” about the eccentric and pop-culture obsessed Angulo brothers, has been a subject of curiosity and speculation since its premiere at Sundance earlier this year.
“The Wolfpack Show,” a new art exhibition featuring much of the Angulo’s work, may offer a new peek into the minds of the brothers. Boasting original artworks, costumes and props from the brothers, the exhibition will also feature the premiere of “Window Feel,” a site-specific installation of the brothers’ first cinematic work. The film, which is written by Mukunda Angulo, also features original costumes and set design and will be presented in conjunction with portraits of the brothers by Dan Martensen for his book, “Wolves Like Us: Portraits of the Angulo Brothers.”
“The Wolfpack Show” will be available for viewing October 21 – November 1 at 76 Grand Street in New York City. The exhibition is presented by Jeffrey Deitch and made possible in collaboration with Deitch Projects, Great Bowery LLC and Wolfpack Pictures.