2137 minutes in category Art
Browse through a vast collection of documentaries filed under the arts. Defined as a subdivision of culture, it represents the human creative impulse. Literature, performing arts, visual arts.
Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.
With exuberant dancing and magical passion Patrick shares his inspiration and invites everyone to participate.
97 year old Hal Lasko spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a collision of pointillism and 8-Bit art.
A short educational piece providing a glimpse of what it is like to work in the creative industry.
Every two years since 1895, Venice has hosted the most important contemporary art exhibition in the world. Over a period of six months, the Biennale welcomes over 375,000 visitors and […]
The film contains behind the scenes video, audio commentary from cast and crew, deleted scenes and a subtitled fact track, giving unprecedented insight into the development and creation of the […]
Las Calles Hablan is a story about discovering a hidden world, an extraordinary subculture and the struggle between an artistic community painting for freedom of expression and an increasingly restrictive […]
Emeka Okereke leads a busload of artists and photographers for the Invisible Borders road trip of a lifetime as they search for new ways to portray their continent and explore […]
Opening credits have existed pretty much since the beginning of moving pictures, and they are as varied as the films themselves.
Photoshop has completely revolutionized our visual culture. Artists now use Photoshop to create complex imagery that would have been impossible 20 years ago.
Beijing Silvermine is a unique photographic portrait of the capital and the life of its inhabitants following the Cultural Revolution.
Moving beyond the restrictions of print, web comic artists interact directly with audiences who share their own unique worldview.
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