Directed by Francois de Menil, written by art historian Barbara Rose, and with original musical score by Philip Glass, this newly redigitized film, first released in 1977, is an illuminating portrait of Mark di Suvero. One of the most important sculptors of the Twentieth Century, the artists is renowned for his formal orchestration and found industrial material. The film consists of biographical interviews and discussion with the artist about his relationship to tumultuous political moments in the United States, interlaced with shots of the installation and construction of his sculptural work.
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