Short notice, but: there's a rare (35mm) screening of C.W. Winter and Anders Edström's The Anchorage (2010) at the ICA in London on Sunday, followed by a Q&A with the directors. Also opening: Agnes Martin at Tate Modern; Sharon Lockhart presents her current photographic and filmic work in progress at Tate Modern on 12 June.
Essential reading: Finding a Liberal Form: Oppenheimer, Morris, Godmilow. Also: The Slow Boat to China; Escape or Die; coal ash and a Pennsylvania prison; Palo Alto; excellent recent entries at Jones the Planner on Manchester and Salford, Hamburg, Bradford; Follow the White Ball; The Husband Did It; True Starts and Second Truths: Katy Perry: Part of Me; Kitchen Sink Cinema; no no sleep; Codeine Crazy; Truancy Volume 114: The Large (my favourite mix of the year so far); B.U.T.W. 42 & 45; Erased de Kooning; personal meditation. And, too far away, forthcoming at this year's NYFF: a complete Dorsky and Hiler retrospective.