After a few seconds of footage from 1968 of the artist working, this film moves into 1976, providing an intimate look at the enigmatic abstract painter, Brice Marden. Shot in 16mm shortly after Marden's 1975 exhibition at the Guggenheim, it reveals, through interviews with Marden and numerous shots of his preparations and working process, the depth of intellectual creativity behind his works.
|Director||Edgar Howard, Theodore Haimes|
|Studio||Checkerboard Film Foundation|
|Captions and subtitles||English [CC] Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly Details|
|Format||Prime Video (streaming online video)|
|Devices||Available to watch on supported devices|