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Mary Frank: A Matter of Spirit

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Describes Mary Frank as an artist best known for her ceramic sculpture and her work in printmaking. However, in the past 10 years or so, she has turned to painting and has created an impressive body of work which is rich in evocative imagery. This program includes Frank's 1998 exhibition titled "Inscapes" at the DC Moore Gallery as well as interviews with gallery director Edward De Luca, renowned art historian Linda Nochlin and Mary Frank in her studio and sculpture garden in upstate New York...- container.
VHS
1998
Ivy (By Request)
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Ida Applebroog

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Features the work of Ida Applebroog at the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York. Applebroog paints stark images of everyday people engaged in the ordinary, often painful and trying business of survival in the 90's. Interviews are with Ida Applebroog, Elizabeth Hess, art critic for the Village Voice and Ronald Feldman, her dealer.
VHS
1992
Ivy (By Request)
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Video as Art

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Explores videos as an art form and examines new developments in video art. Interviews video artists Nam June Paik (with MOMA curator, Barbara London), Ernest Gusella, and David Byrne.
VHS
1983
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New York-New Wave at P.S.1

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This tape features Robert Mapplethorpe and other photographers, PUNK magazine and NYC graffiti artists, and a short music segment by DNA. Interviews are with artist Curt Hoppe and Curator Diego Cortez.
VHS
1981
Ivy (By Request)
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Kenny Scharf's World

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Examines the work of Kenny Scharf. Included are his exhibitions at the Shafrazi Gallery, and interviews with Scharf, art critic and curator Dan Cameron, and dealer Tony Shafrazi.
VHS
1995
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Chuck Close: Eye to Eye

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On this program we look at the extraordinary career of Chuck Close. Working from photographs and in a multiplicity of styles and mediums, he has reinvented the time honored portrait. We see a selection of his work from his last two shows at the Pace Wilddenstein Gallery in SOHO and visit him in his downtown studio where he works on a portrait of Robert Rauschenberg.
VHS
1998
Ivy (By Request)