Art: 21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Highlights from seasons one and two; Special access by artist
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • UPC: 841887005623
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  • Source: Pbs (Direct)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 17,901

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Disc #1 -- Art: 21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century
   View Programs
      Power
      Memory
      Structures
      Play
   Scene Selections
      Power
         Play All
         Introduction With David Alan Grier
         Cai Guo-Qiang
            Play All
            Gunpowder Drawings
            "Reading a Painting"
            Inopportune, Reflection, and Bon Voyage (Installations)
         Laylah Ali
            Play All
            Research and Influences
            Drawings and Paintings
            Figures on a Field (Dance Performance)
         Krzysztof Wodiczko
            Play All
            The St. Louis Projection and Bunker Hill Monument, Boston (Video Installations)
            The Hiroshima Projection (Video Installation)
            The Tijuana Projection (Video Installation)
         Ida Applebroog
            Play All
            Paintings and Books
            Becoming an Artist
            Digital Prints
         Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler Night Shift: Perfect (Video)
      Memory
         Play All
         Introduction With Isabella Rossellini
         Susan Rothenberg
            Play All
            Painting in the Studio
            Horse Paintings
            Daily Routine
         Mike Kelley
            Play All
            Catholicism, Ritual and Trauma
            "Sublime Play and Sublime Humor"
            Day Is Done (Video/Performance)
         Hiroshi Sugimoto
            Play All
            Traditional Methods
            Architecture and Seascapes (Photographs)
            Conceptual Forms (Photographs)
         Josiah McElheny
            Play All
            Glass Traditions
            "The Memory of Objects"
            Total Reflective Abstraction (Installation)
         Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler Night Shift: Gone (Video)
      Structures
         Play All
         Introduction With Sam Waterston
         Matthew Ritchie
            Play All
            Drawing and Information
            The Universal Cell (Sculpture)
            Proosition Player (Installation)
         Fred Wilson
            Play All
            Drip Drop Plop (Sculpture)
            Printmaking
            Venice Biennale and the Museum of World Culture, Sweden
         Richard Tuttle
            Play All
            "The Possibility of the Invisible"
            Yellow Works
            Drawing Center Villages (Installation)
         Roni Horn
            Play All
            Photographing the Thames
            Icleand and Portraits
            Sculptures and Installations
         Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler Night Shift: Loop (Video)
      Play
         Play All
         Introduction With Grant Hill
         Jessica Stockholder
            Play All
            Papermaking
            Studio Sculptures
            Sam Ran Over Sand or Sand Ran Over Sam (Installation)
         Ellen Gallagher
            Play All
            Penmanship Paper Paintings
            DeLuxe (Prints) and Water Ecsatic (Drawings)
            "Marking Isaac Hayes"
         Arturo Herrera
            Play All
            Collage and Abstraction
            Photography and Fragments
            Wall Paintings
         Oliver Herring
            Play All
            Knit Sculptures and Early Videos
            Spitting Food Dye and Photo-Sculptures
            The Sum and Its Parts (Video)
         Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler Night Shift: Asleep (Video)
   Artists
      Laylah Ali
         Play All
         Research and Influences
         Drawings and Paintings
         Figures on a Field (Dance Performance)
      Ida Applebroog
         Play All
         Paintings and Books
         Becoming an Artist
         Digital Prints
      Cai Guo-Qiang
         Play All
         Gunpowder Drawings
         "Reading a Painting"
         Inopportune, Reflection, and Bon Voyage (Installations)
      Ellen Gallagher
         Play All
         Penmanship Paper Paintings
         DeLuxe (Prints) and Water Ecsatic (Drawings)
         "Marking Isaac Hayes"
      Arturo Herrera
         Play All
         Collage and Abstraction
         Photography and Fragments
         Wall Paintings
      Oliver Herring
         Play All
         Knit Sculptures and Early Videos
         Spitting Food Dye and Photo-Sculptures
         The Sum and Its Parts (Video)
      Roni Horn
         Play All
         Photographing the Thames
         Icleand and Portraits
         Sculptures and Installations
      Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler
         Night Shift: Perfect (Video)
         Night Shift: Gone (Video)
         Night Shift: Loop (Video)
         Night Shift: Asleep (Video)
      Mike Kelley
         Play All
         Catholicism, Ritual and Trauma
         "Sublime Play and Sublime Humor"
         Day Is Done (Video/Performance)
      Josiah McElheny
         Play All
         Glass Traditions
         "The Memory of Objects"
         Total Reflective Abstraction (Installation)
      Matthew Ritchie
         Play All
         Drawing and Information
         The Universal Cell (Sculpture)
         Proosition Player (Installation)
      Susan Rothenberg
         Play All
         Painting in the Studio
         Horse Paintings
         Daily Routine
      Jessica Stockholder
         Play All
         Papermaking
         Studio Sculptures
         Sam Ran Over Sand or Sand Ran Over Sam (Installation)
      Hiroshi Sugimoto
         Play All
         Traditional Methods
         Architecture and Seascapes (Photographs)
         Conceptual Forms (Photographs)
      Richard Tuttle
         Play All
         "The Possibility of the Invisible"
         Yellow Works
         Drawing Center Villages (Installation)
      Fred Wilson
         Play All
         Drip Drop Plop (Sculpture)
         Printmaking
         Venice Biennale and the Museum of World Culture, Sweden
      Krzysztof Wodiczko
         Play All
         The St. Louis Projection and Bunker Hill Monument, Boston (Video Installations)
         The Hiroshima Projection (Video Installation)
         The Tijuana Projection (Video Installation)
   Special Features
      View Highlights From Season One
      View Highlights From Season Two
   PBS Online
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