Gilbert & George join Tim Marlow in a walk around their "Major Exhibition" at Tate Modern and "London Pictures" at White Cube. The self-proclaimed living sculptures discuss humanity, sex, death, race and religion; their love of the city and their dislike of the countryside. They explain how they go about creating their art, their iconic dress sense and their tricky relationships with the art establishment and the media. This film is a fascinating insight into their world and an important document of their motivation and consequent art.
Catalog Number: MC-1334
Genre: Documentary, Art / Artist, Modern Culture
DVD Region: 0 (All)
TV System: NTSC
Label: Seventh Art Productions
Rating: Not Rated
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Films In Compilation
Major Exhibition at Tate Modern directed by
London Pictures at White Cube directed by
[Tim Marlow's] passion for art is infectious
Marlow is unrivalled on TV for his insight, enthusiasm, and knowledge of all kinds of art
Written and directed by the artists and released to coincide with their major international traveling retrospective beginning in 2007 at Tate Modern in London, the feature-length film The World of Gilbert & George is an extraordinary journey into... more >