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10/14/2009
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“Art should be something really powerful,” says Jeff Koons, “but at the same time, there’s morality that comes along with that.” The segment begins...
10/14/2009
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“Every piece of abstract art that I make has a back story,” says Mary Heilmann, who relays youthful fantasies of wanting to be a Catholic martyr, her...
10/14/2009
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“Photography used to be like alchemy back in the nineteenth century,” says Florian Maier-Aichen, who uses the computer to introduce imperfections and...
10/14/2009
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“Dear ladies and gentleman, I’m China Tracy—the avatar of Cao Fei—and I’m her interpreter.” Cao Fei’s digital Second Life alter ego acts as the...
10/07/2009
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This episode features three artists — William Kentridge, Doris Salcedo, and Carrie Mae Weems — whose works explore conscience and the possibility of...
10/07/2009
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William Kentridge asks “how does one find a way of not necessarily illustrating the society that one lives in, but allowing what happens there to be...
10/07/2009
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“Narrative and storytelling is in the blood,” declares Carrie Mae Weems.
10/07/2009
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“I am a Third World artist,” says Doris Salcedo, “from that perspective—from the perspective of the victim, from the perspective of the defeated...
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Videos 11-18 of 18