Brought to life by an extraordinary actor.
‘‘… the more I have read the book, the more recent readings of the book have me realized that it’s not about gender at all. It’s not about gender. It’s about limitlessness and it’s about — it’s — it’s about revolution.”
Twenty-seven years after starring in Orlando, a film adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel, Tilda Swinton became a guest-editor in the Aperture 235 – Summer 2019 issue, and curator of an accompanying exhibition around the theme of the gender fluid, extraordinary character that is Orlando.
One of the unmissable NYPL live conversations at a time when the only concern was booking before the event was sold out.
May 29th, 2019