Jackson Pollock - Love and Death on Long Island
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Jackson Pollock - Love and Death on Long Island
This documentary follows the life of Jackson Pollock, the leader of the controversial abstract expressionist movement of postwar America and one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. By nature a rebel, the artist eschewed traditional approaches to painting in favor of his now famous drip-and-splash method. Standing over a huge canvas, Pollack would pour, drip, and splash enamel or paint on the surface until he was satisfied with the resulting linear designs. The 1973 sale of his painting "Blue Poles" for $1.3 million caused an uproar of protest in the art… More

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"Quickly cuts to the heart of Jackson Pollock"
‑ Christopher Null, Filmcritic.com
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