Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Susan Fanshel and Jill Godmilow

Susan Fanshel and Jill Godmilow's Nevelson in Process (1977) is a portrait of the artist as an opinionated rebel: bossy, hyper-creative, and enveloped in tobacco smoke. The film captures Nevelson's rapport with her technical team: young men who do the heavy lifting, hammering, and welding on her sculptures. Nevelson is candid about her artistic process but puts her private life strictly off-limits.
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