Bill Page, 2018, 29min
Saturday, May 5th, 4pm
Abstract Expressionism was the art movement in New York City in the 1940’s that defined American as the center of the artworld. New ways of painting and even making art by artists in this period broke through what had become conventional painting in Europe and the United States. These artists made major contributions to the artworld and to art history; it was a new style and a new way of looking and thinking about what art could be. This is a film about one of those artists, PAT PASSLOF.