From world-renowned curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, Lives of the Artists, Lives of the Architects offers a unique opportunity to learn about the lives and creativity of the world´s leading artists Hans Ulrich Obrist has been conducting ongoing conversations with the world´s greatest living artists since he began in Switzerland, aged 19, with Fischli and Weiss. Here he chooses nineteen of the greatest figures and presents their conversations, offering the reader intimacy with the artists and insight into their creative processes. Inspired by the great Vasari, Lives of the Artists, Lives of the Architects explores the meaning of art and artists today, their varying approaches to creating, and a sense of how their thinking evolves over time. Including David Hockney, Gilbert and George, Gerhard Richter, Louise Bourgeois, Rem Koolhaas, and Oscar Niemeyer, this is a wonderful and unique book for those interested in modern art.
Inroducing an exciting new gospel music series of old time Gospel songs, new favorites, exclusive interviews and special moments. Watch as artists talk about more than the music with their story and a song (85 min.) plus bonus preview of the More Than The Music-Life Story videos (30 min).
The Happy Goodman video includes interviews with Howard and Vestal Goodman plus comments from the wives and children of Rusty and Sam Goodman.(80 min.) The Blackwood Brothers video contains one of the last interviews with James Blackwood, completed just prior to his death. Interviews with Cecil, Ron, Jimmy, Billy and other family members and friends are inc.
(2006/Eagle Vision) Approx. 75 Min. - PAL, color, Region Code 0, English language
(2004/BLUE NOTE) PAL, Code 0, Color, 123 Mins., with special guests: Dolly Parton, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Richard Julian, Kevin Breit. 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound, Bonus Outtakes, Music Videos, Mini Documentaries. limited stock copy offer!/begrenzt lieferbarer Sonderposten.
(2005/Eagle Vision) Approx. 152 Min. - PAL, color, Region Code 0, English language
The definitive collection of artist profiles by legendary journalist and New Yorker writer Calvin Tomkins, from the 1960s to today In 1959, Calvin Tomkins interviewed Marcel Duchamp for Newsweek, beginning his sixdecade- long career writing about art. He then joined The New Yorker, where he has contributed dozens of profiles on the most interesting artists of the time, from Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg to Cindy Sherman and Mark Bradford. This six-volume set includes 82 of Tomkins´s most significant profiles dating from 1962 to 2019. Part art history, part human interest, Tomkins offers insights and observations about the artists, their work, and the ever-changing art world they inhabit.