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Jules Olitski: Modern Master
April 27, 2013  
Jules Olitski

Vermont abstract painter Jules Olitski discusses his artistic process and philosophy. His peers and art critics provide insight and observations about his work and his place in the art world.

Vermont abstract painter Jules Olitski candidly discusses his artistic process and philosophy, while peers and art critics - Frank Stella, Anthony Caro, Karen Wilkin, among others – provide insight and observations about his work and his place in the art world. Charismatic, humorous and insightful, Olitski is the centerpiece of this 22 minute film that demystifies his remarkably expansive and a times challenging body of work in his studio, complemented by talks and interviews with the artist, convey a clear portrait of a man driven to make art.

 

Jules Olitski: Modern Master was produced by Andy Reichsman and Kate Purdie

Jules Olitski: Modern Master is a production of Ames Hill Film and Video Production

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