Moving Images Infiltrate the Art World
Comer, Brooke, American Cinematographer
Art in motion: a survey of New York Museums accents the growing importance of film and video as artistic media.
The moving image is hardly a new art form. But the number of major art museums around the country that don't have film departments, and which only use moving media as educational and support material, suggests that film and video have yet to be accepted as art in the traditional sense of the word. But not all museums hold that a work of art must remain motionless. New York's Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Cooper Hewitt and the Guggenheim have all made commitments to moving imagery in varying degrees, ranging from video-related exhibitions to in-house film …
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Publication information: Article title: Moving Images Infiltrate the Art World. Contributors: Comer, Brooke - Author. Magazine title: American Cinematographer. Volume: 75. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 1994. Page number: 26+. © American Society of Cinematographers Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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