Work of Art: The Next Great Artist 2 Seasons 2011

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Season 2
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9. Exile on Main Street TV-14 CC

China and Simon take the remaining artists out of their comfort zone, to a quaint town in the Hudson Valley. The artists wander the streets, meet the locals and seek inspiration from a slower-paced lifestyle. They are instructed to create an undated version of Americana using only materials sourced from the town.

Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
December 14, 2011

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Exile on Main Street

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Season year 2011
Network Bravo
Producers Emily Lansbury, Christian McLaughlin, Michael Rucker, Anna Wong
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 27, 2011
This show might be accessible to a lot more viewers if it weren't so oriented towards conceptual art. Basically the shows put together for the finale are very high on conceptual art and a dialogue between the artist and the viewer. So the show is definitely geared towards leading edge art. It is set in New York City so this figures. I wonder though if the average viewer, who perhaps wants to understand more about art, is going to be lost with this.

For myself, who has always liked conceptual art and who is also an artist, I liked the conclusion. It followed the Project Runway formula right down the line. We had the home visits by the mentor to see how the collections were coming. Then there was a final gallery show from each of the three contestants and a winner was picked.

Their shows were more alike than different with the top two contestants dealing with the deaths of their fathers in leading edge ways. The contestant who won was a good choice who did have an excellent show.

I don't know how this show is doing in the ratings. If it is not doing well, it might try something like THE NEXT BEST PAINTER as its show format as the viewership would enlarge considerably. If it is doing fine in the ratings though, I guess it can stick to high concept art as currently being practiced in New York.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Laurel Smith on October 13, 2011
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What's with this outrageous price? Appears it will be upwards of $30 for the series. Will purchase at $1.99 not $2.99. Come on you guys... the general public can't afford this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sophie on November 5, 2011
This is a very fun show to watch. I'm not a media artist, but my profession is artistic and I'm well educated, fairly cultured etc. I love this show- the artists are young, amicable, and interesting. The art challenges are like any other Bravo competition, but the overall effect is more intellectual and less brash than say Top Chef(which I also love). Much more interesting than Project Runway in terms of both the subject matter and the people - the don't get carried away with a lot of drama on this, the people's personalities are interesting enough that the producers minimize that aspect.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By felix on November 4, 2011
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They should let these artists create their own art and not give them art school projects to complete. The critiques are a joke and the "experts" are spin doctors and socialites trying to reinforce their credibility with the art world. Jerry Saltz should go back to the 1950's to the 1990's and let contemporary artists get past the "SAMO" that New York has been rehashing for years.
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I showed this to my students as part of a problem solving activity and they were totally engrossed!The perfect format to capture their attention!
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I love that we get to see the process of the artist mind at work. The critiques do not seem sensical- but then again, not everyone likes the same kind of art.
A fun competitive show to watch as an artist or art lover!
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By Linda D on December 29, 2012
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I was very sad when a Season 3 never came out. I enjoy watching these talented artists compete in the challenges.
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By Lisa Lippincott on December 14, 2012
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I enjoy this show since I am a self-taught artist and I love to listen to the critics that the artist receive about their work. I feel like I am learning so much from that. It is something that I do not get a chance to get with any of my work so I am at a loss to improve on my work and style. But I do think the artist from the first season were much more talented and I really hope there will be a third, forth, fifth, sixth season and so on.....
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