Between the Frames, Chapter 6: The Critics

1991 | 00:53:50 | United States | English | Color | Mono

Collection: On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: Documentation, Independently Produced Interviews, Visual Art

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Between the Frames is a series that offers a glimpse into contemporary history that is already past, a portrait of personalities and opinions shaping what and how art reaches a public forum.

The Critics: Between the Frames, Chapter 6

In this chapter of Between the Frames, Muntadas interviews an array of theorists, historians, and writers who have been influential in their studies of contemporary art, including Benjamin Buchloh, Bernard Marcade, Pierre Restany, Filiberto Menna, Achille Bonito-Oliva, Nina Dimitrijevic, Guy Brett, Thomas Wulffen, Yves Michaud, Tommaso Trini, Lorenzo Mango, Lucy Lippard, Peter Frank, Catherine Strasser, Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Catherine Millet, Maria Luisa Borras, Daniel Giralt-Miracle, Victoria CombalĂ­a, Christopher Knight, Donald Kuspit, Craig Owens, Dore Ashton, and Jeanne Randolph.

Offering a variety of viewpoints on their positions in relation to art, the critics' comments are unified by their serious passion for art and images of ocean tides.

This title is also available in the complete collection Between the Frames