Incidentally the videos cost $19.95 (which seems reasonable) plus $3.95 s/h
for the first tape (and $1.50 for each additional, up to $9.95). Artists in
the series include Calder, Jasper Johns, Matisse, Diego Rivera, Marcel
Duchamp, Pissaro/Pollock/deKooning (one video), Edward J. Steichen, Alfred
Stieglitz, Balthus, Bancusi, Larry Rivers, George Grosz, Claes
Oldenburg/Coosje Van Bruggen, PLUS a variety of videos about film makers,
one about Vienna 1900, 20th Century American Art, Works by Women (and
another about Anna Sokolow, Alice Neel, and Muriel Rukhauser), and finally
The Pantheon and the Trevi.
Has anyone seen any videos from this series? What did you think? It seems
like at the very least, there would be a lot of great images!
>>Just a short note to share with you an address for Calder's video,
>>Universe" (www.kulturvideo.com), and a phone number for The Museum of
>>Art Video Collection (1-800-458-5887).
>>I recieved this information in a mailing that also listed available
>HI, Leah.....Just so you'll know, that is NOT the excellent Calder video we
>have been talking about in the recent past. Don't have it in front of me
>but I think it is something like ALEXANDER CALDER: Master Artists Series
>from PBS. Haven't seen yours, of course, which may also be excellent. I
>have seen other Calder tapes that AREN'T good and are very boring. The one
>that's in most art catalogs is the one which generally focuses on his later
>stabiles. Anyway....hope you're having an EXCELLENT holiday! Toodles.......
>Bunki Kramer - Los Cerros Middle School
>968 Blemer Rd., Danville, California 94526