Roy Lichtenstein: Tokyo Brushstrokes (2000)
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Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein was deeply influenced by cartoons and advertising. For many years, he used the image of the brushstroke in his own paintings -- and later in sculptures as well. In this comprehensive documentary, the artist's public works are presented in an engrossing manner. It wasn't until the 1980s that Lichtenstein began to create these "monumental brushstrokes sculptures," which are now displayed in cities all over the world. Roy Lichtenstein: Tokyo Brushstrokes follows the process of installing a public art work in Tokyo in 1994. Following Lichtenstein from the initial gathering of images, to making models, meeting with the architect and curator, making the sculptures in a foundry, and finally to the installation in Tokyo, this enlightening documentary offers insights into the mind and process of the artist. … More
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