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The artist, educator, and activist Benny Andrews in candid conversation about his life and work.
Born in the Bronx on Labor Day in 1914 to recent Italian immigrants, the self-taught American painter Ralph Fasanella is known today for his bustling tableaux of working-class city life.
“We discovered that art history was not the best handle by which to reach a kid.”
“Curator” comes from the Latin word “cura,” meaning “to take care.”
This short documentary follows the custom installation of Isamu Noguchi’s beloved sculpture Water Stone and offers a special opportunity to witness a living artist interact with staff as their work is prepared for display.