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21.

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
Ivy (By Request)
22.

Direction in Painting

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Three modern painters in New York are featured : Frank Stella at the Knoedler Gallery, David Salle at the Mary Boone and Leo Castelli Gallery, and Leon Golub at the Susan Caldwell Gallery. Salle and Golub are interviewed by Tom Wolfe.
VHS
1982; 1981
Ivy (By Request)
23.

New Public Art

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Works by Joyce Kozloff, whose tile decorations are being commissioned for public buildings across the country; Keith Haring, a New York City graffiti artist, whose drawings are familiar to New York subway riders, and John Ahearn, whose works include painted plastic life casts, are examined. A short interview with N.Y.C. Cultural Affairs Commissioner Henry Geldzahler and a dedication speech by John Ahearn are included.
VHS
1983
Ivy (By Request)
24.

Photography Exhibitions

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Three New York photographers are interviewed and exhibitions of their works are featured: Hans Namuth at the Leo Castelli Gallery; Cindy Sherman at the Metro Pictures Gallery; and Robert Rauschenberg at the Sonnabend Gallery. Namuth exhibits photographs of various New York artists; Sherman exhibits a series of self-portraits; and Rauschenberg exhibits photographs of famous artists and major U.S. cities.
VHS
1982
Ivy (By Request)
25.

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)
26.

Aspects of Pattern & Decoration

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Focuses on the increasing popularity and influence of pattern and decoration in the serious art world by showing the "Homework" exhibit of feminist art at the Henry Street Settlement, "Usable Art" at the Queens Museum, and the contents of the Holly Solomon Gallery in Soho. Interviews Miriam Schapiro, an artist who incorporates objects from home and kitchen into her collage/paintings, art critic John Perreault, and Holly Solomon.
VHS
1981
Ivy (By Request)
27.

Pop & Neo - Pop

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Depicts the work of three noted American pop artists based in New York City : Andy Warhol at the Ronald Feldman Gallery; Roy Lichtenstein at the Whitney Museum; and Jack Goldstein at the Metro Pictures Gallery. Lichtenstein and Goldstein are interviewed by Marc Miller.
VHS
1982
Ivy (By Request)
28.

Public Sculpture

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Profiles the public sculptures of three New York City artists: Louise Nevelson at the Maiden Lane Plaza and Citicorp Center; Owen Morrel at the McGraw-Hill Building and the Bonlow Gallery; and Richard Serra at the Leo Castelli Gallery and at Federal Plaza. Nevelson and Serra are interviewed by Marc Miller.
VHS
1983
Ivy (By Request)
29.

Performance Art

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Three New York performers show how closely the fine arts and popular arts are linked. Sam Hsieh performs in the streets of New York City by living outside for an entire year; artist Robert Longo stages living sculpture at the Kitchen Center for Music and Art; and Colette performs in a scene which she has staged at the Armageddon Night Club.
VHS
1982
Ivy (By Request)
30.

Directions in Sculpture: With Alison Saar & Mel Kendrick

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"This program looks at two artists who make sculpture in the late nineties. Alison Saar, whose work is seen here at the Phyllis Kind Gallery and at the Brooklyn Museum, makes evocative figures covered with rusted tin, copper, tar, and clay that suggest a relation to nature and the earth. Mel Kendrick's imposing wood and cast abstract sculptures at the John Weber Gallery in Soho allude to the human body but with a sense of decay, repair, and cloning."--Container.
VHS
1998
Ivy (By Request)
31.

Joan Semmel: Painting a Portrait

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Looks at the process of developing and painting of a portrait by Joan Semmel in her Soho studio.
VHS
1995
Ivy (By Request)
32.

Joan Semmel: A Passion for Painting

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Looks at the work of Joan Semmel, who discusses her history in the art world and her evolution as an artist. Also included is an interview with art historian Joanna Frueh.
VHS
1995
Ivy (By Request)
33.

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
Ivy (By Request)
34.

Leo & Ileana: Legendary Art Dealers

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"On this program we will meet Leo Castelli and Ileana Sonnabend -legendary art dealers who have played significant roles in championing and promoting Pop Art, Minimal Art and Conceptual Art. We will also see "A view from the Sixties", an exhibition..." -- container. Also interviewed is Barbara Rose, art critic and historian.
VHS
1992
Ivy (By Request)
35.

Mary Lucier: Video Installations

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Mary Lucier talks about her work, in particular Wilderness. New York Times photography critic Andy Grundberg explains video art.
VHS
1991; 1990
Ivy (By Request)
36.

Alice Neel (1900-1984)

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Covers two of Alice Neel's most recent painting shows at the Robert Miller Gallery as well as an interview with Neel done shortly before her death in 1984. Also includes interviews with two of her painting subjects - art historian Linda Nochlin and curator/critic John Perreault.
VHS
1990
Ivy (By Request)
37.

Jeff Koons: The Banality Work

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"Features the most talked about exhibition of the late 1980's as well as an indepth interview in which this notorious young artist illuminates and defends his artistic vision."--cover.
VHS
1990
Ivy (By Request)
38.

Jean-Michel Basquiat: An Interview

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A rare interview with the 21 year old Basquiat in his studio on Crosby Street in 1983 by art historian-curator, Marc H. Miller. Already a well known art world figure, Basquiat's fondness for high jinks as well as his exuberant spirit are captured as he describes his working process and comments upon his art world persona.
VHS
1989
Ivy (By Request)
39.

Elizabeth Murray

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Covers Elizabeth Murray's most recent show at the Paula Cooper Gallery. In a lengthy interview in her study, Murray talks about her work and tells how she creates her uniquely shaped paintings. Also includes an interview with Roberta Smith, art critic for the New York Times.
VHS
1989
Ivy (By Request)
40.

Louise Bourgeois

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This tape covers two of her sculpture shows at the Robert Miller Gallery (1984 and 1986). Included is an interview with Bourgeois.
VHS
1987
Ivy (By Request)