Exploration of the Abstract Expressionist movement and a portrait of one of its last survivors
Filmed just before Robert Motherwell’s death in 1991, this documentary explores the Abstract Expressionist movement in America and presents a portrait of Motherwell and the New York City artists who set out to change the face of American painting. Included are archive footage of the artists, of Greenwich Village where they lived and worked, and of the epic world events that influenced their lives and art.
Directed by Catherine Tatge. 55 min.
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