American Visions - The Age of Anxiety (1996) - Rotten Tomatoes

American Visions - The Age of Anxiety (1996)

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This last video in the art history series American Visions focuses on the evolution of American culture and the impact art has had in developing a nation. Brought to video by education/entertainment giant PBS, this concluding episode poses the final question of where America as a nation is heading in regards to both social and cultural refinement. Highlights include profiles of such famed artisans as American minimalist sculptor Richard Serra, abstract painter Richard Diebenkorn, and pop installation artist Edward Kienholz. Written for the screen and starring Time magazine's acclaimed art critic Robert Hughes, this video reaffirms the constant beauty of art and the healing power that it holds. ~ C. Dwayne Smith, Rovi

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