Eric Fischl: Narratives & Portraits
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Eric Fischl is a painter of American disillusionments. Raised in suburbia, Fischl paints provocative vignettes and portraits of middle class lives. His paintings, a combination of David Lynch and Edward Hopper, are fraught with psychological insight and emotional ennui. Fischl has been a celebrated figure in the New York art world since the early 80’s and he continues to paint and exhibit nationally and internationally. On this program we see 4 recent exhibitions at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York, a 1984 interview with Fischl by noted art critic Peter Schjeldahl and an interview, conducted by Paul Tschinkel in 2002, and Fischl’s New York studio.
- Technical Aspects: DVD format, NTSC 4:3, all region, scene selection
- Duration: 28 minutes
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