An exhibition of work by cult filmmaker Kenneth Anger will open at London’s Sprüth Magers gallery on February 19.

According to The Wire, the show will feature Anger’s 1969 film Invocation of My Demon Brother – which was scored by, and starred, Mick Jagger – as well as a site-spefific installation based on Hollywood Babylon (1959), his semi-fictional written account of LA scandal, corruption and transgression.

In addition to the exhibition, Anger will present a screening of his work at Tate Modern‘s Starr Auditorium on February 19, at 7pm. You can find more information and tickets here.

Check out a clip of Anger’s Magick Lantern Cycle here, courtesy of The Wire.



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