|Cast||Jasper Johns Roy Lichtenstein Robert Rauschenberg Andy Warhol Jo Baer|
|Plot||Now available on DVD, "END OF THE ART WORLD" explored the most famous 1960's artists in New York City -- Warhol, Rauschenberg, Johns, Lichtenstein and others -- on 16mm film, ending in a "Bang!" as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and New York "exploded" in a visual montage that included sayings from the Black Panthers' Minister of Culture, angry examples of Nancy Spero's "Artaud" series, a violin case full of mock dynamite planted in Henry Geldzahler's office by a young performance artist, a count-down from Jasper Johns' number series, and Warhol's silk-screens of an atom bomb. Includes the only 16mm film footage shot at Warhol's opening at the Whitney Museum, surrounded by his superstars; Robert Rauschenberg at work in his studio, making cardboard collages; Michael Snow discussing "Wavelength" in the studio where he shot it, while experimenting with some of the elements used in his art; and other art world scenes of 1970-71. The DVD re-release also features the director's commentary and four additional short films, including "Nancy Spero: A Conversation with the Artist"... search for End of the Art World on IMDb|
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|DVD with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper John, Michael Snow, Roy Lichtenstein and others. |
"With a quality of humor possible only with depth of understanding, Alexis Krasilovsky presents a catalogue of interviews with modern artists in which the shooting style as well as the aural material's format rehearses the personal style, the aesthetics, and the assumption of each artist about the nature of his art." -- Artforum
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