This unique documentary debut by Megumi Sasaki is a surprisingly entertaining look into what some artists consider a mundane topic: art collecting. Herb & Dorothy transforms potentially dry subject matter with humor and intri...
In TRANSFORMER one of the greatest legends of contemporary art, avant-garde German artist Joseph Beuys, speaks in great depth for the first and last time, about his unique sculpture and actions. Filmed on location at his spec...
Although he is perhaps more famous for his musical output, Brian Eno has had a long career as a visual artist with his work exhibited in scores of galleries across the globe for more than 25 years. The Limited Edition 77 Million Paintings features an exclusive interview DVD in which Brian Eno discusses his creation of the 77 Million Paintings software, the next evolutionary stage of his exploration into light as an artist's medium and the aesthetic possibilities of 'generative software.' The bonus software disc creates a constantly evolving, slowly changing 'light painting' on the screen of your computer or TV with a virtually infinite number of variations accompanied by the music of Brian Eno.
About Jenny Holzer Jenny Holzer
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Claudia Müller's film follows the artist over the course of 10 years at work and through numerous exhibitions, making Holzer's art tangible as it traces her career, from the young artist putting up posters in New York in the late 1970s to one of the most influential female artists of today. Jenny Holzer's work demonstrates that while art may not be able to change the world, it can heighten our awareness of what surrounds us every day.
Alex Katz : Five Hours Alex Katz
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This video captures the essence of Katz, that quality Robert Storr of the Museum of Modern Art defines as the unquantifiable "cool", in a dazzling and moving display of commitment to the experience of painting.
In the timeless tradition of Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka, the theatrical phenomenon RIVERS AND TIDES depicts the magical relationship between art and nature while painting a visually intoxicating portrait of famed artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Consumerism, glamour, disasters and mass media - Andy Warhol's art is a mirror image of America. Son of Slovakian immigrants, he rose, with his Campbell's Soup Cans and silk-screen-duplicated Marilyn, to become a Pop Art icon. His blond wig and eccentric lifestyle, and the wild goings-on at his legendary Factory became his trademarks.
Art enthusiasts know well that the life of pop culture artist Andy Warhol has been well documented both on the page as well as on the screen, but in this release, filmmakers take the unique approach of weaving a fictional musical around the major events in the life of the iconic 1960s-era painter, filmmaker, and Studio 54 mainstay.
"On July 4, 1975, in the parking lot of San Francisco's Cow Palace, Curtis Schreier and Doug Michels, outfitted like astronauts, crawled into the Phantom Dream Car - a customized 1959 Cadillac Biarritz - and drove it full
speed through a pyramid of televisions. MEDIA BURN, a spectacular performance video, is one of the most celebrated pieces from the Ant Farm, a group of radical architects, video and performance artists, and visionaries formed by Michels and Chip Lord in 1968.