American Art Online Videos

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Dallas Museum of Art as of 2013 provided an online service named DMAtv, which contained a section named films. The videos include presentations by artists, discussions and curators' interpretations of artworks in exhibitions. Two of videos by Kevin W. Tucker interpret glass windows of Louis Comfort Tiffany. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

 

Call to Duty: World War Posters, online video [6:55] from Dayton Fox 45 for an exhibit held July 4 2015 - October 4 2015 at the Dayton Art Institute. Accessed August, 2015.

 

"Asian/American/Modern Art Artists and Scholars Panel" from the De Young Museum, October 25, 2008. Hosted by Mark Dean Johnson and the International Center for the Arts at San Francisco State University [01:52:28]. TFAO wishes to thank Annie Cheung for this reference. Accessed August, 2015.

 

The Documentary Channel presenteda promotional clip for the video Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse here. [00:24] Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse is a 21 minute 1987 video, directed by Thomas L. Neff, received an Academy Award nomination in 1986 for Best Documentary Short. Barbara Haskell, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, offers insight into Grooms's pieces and their place within twentieth century art. Google Video says:""Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse" A colorful look at the life and work of an innovative artist, Red Grooms, as he sketches people, and conducts a tour through the two-and three-dimensional walk-in works he calls 'Picto-Sculptoramas'. "This film provides a playful and often surprising perspective on the artist and inspirational sources, brilliantly reflecting the humor and humanism prevalent in his work" [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

 

Documentary Educational Resources offered clips of:

-- the video Portrait of George Hardy here.[05:01]. In Portrait of George Hardy, a 30 minute Gabriel Coakley 1995 program we meet George Hardy, an elderly self-taught artist, living on the island of Deer Isle, Maine. Born on Deer Isle in 1917, Hardy has continued to live there ever since. After making a living as a mason, he began his career in folk art at the age of 60. Isolated from art trends, with no formal training and only a seventh-grade education, his work is concrete, raw, and direct. His sculpture is very much a part of his environment. From his roughened hands come the energized versions of wooden porcupines, tigers, red foxes with alligator teeth, blue howling coyotes, seagulls, and song birds. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

-- the video Frederic Remington: The Truth of Other Days here [00:57]. Frederic Remington: The Truth of Other Days features the art of Frederic Remington. 58 minutes. Google Video says: "This documentary of Frederic Remington reviews how the famed artist popularized the myths, legends, and images we now nostalgically call the Old West. The film has location footage, archival film, and interviews that create an illuminating frame around the hundreds of his artworks. The Documentary Channel On The Dish Network Channel 197" [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]

 

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