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Diego Rivera - I Paint What I See

Label
Diego Rivera - I Paint What I See
Language
eng
Characteristic
videorecording
Main title
Diego Rivera - I Paint What I See
Oclc number
956907241
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Originally produced by New Deal Films, Inc. in 1989
Runtime
57
Summary
The first biographical film on the famed Mexican artist, "DIEGO RIVERA: I PAINT WHAT I SEE" traces his life from childhood through his Cubist period, his leading role in the Mexican mural renaissance, his fame as a muralist in the USA, and his later years. The film explores Rivera's life and work, including his stormy relationship with Frida Kahlo and the destruction of his famous mural at Rockefeller Center. Shot on location in Mexico and the United States, the film includes a remarkable collection of archival film and photographs, much of which has not been seen before. The text is drawn from the writings of Rivera and Kahlo and from other historical texts. Using Rivera's own words, this richly detailed film brings to life the difficulty he faced in his transition from studio artist to public and political artist, and the conflicts that arose from that point onward
Technique
live action
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