From the ancient cave painters to modern muralists, these are the best films about the makers of masterworks.
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Author: Andrew Karpan
'They'll Love Me When I'm Dead,' released in conjunction with Orson Welles' long-lost final film, is a small epic about making art in a world that doesn't care.
A recently retired pop star tells the story of her and her decade in 'Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.'
Garry Winogrand’s gallery, estate, and family endorse a lavish documentary on the street photographer. But even reverence can reveal.
Andrey Paounov's latest film puts us behind the scenes and in front of a Christo and Jeanne-Claude installation.
Who are the intactivists and what do they want with our foreskin?
‘Boom For Real’ ruminates in Jean-Michel Basquiat's graffiti punk years.
A mid-length documentary takes us back to the Steve McQueen movie 'The Great Escape.’
Jed Rothstein’s ‘The China Hustle’ struggles to uncover a fraud.Greed is not good. The morality that underpins most movies relies on that principle. We expect punishment to come to those who spend too…
Andres Veiel takes a first shot at defining one of the last century’s most notable conceptual artists in ‘Beuys.’Photo by Ute Klophaus, courtesy of Kino Lorber.Van Gogh cut off his ear and, so, modern…