For Sale to Support The Sculpture Center's Exhibition Programs
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BRENT GREEN LIMITED EDITION WOODCUT
Artist and film maker Brent Green generously created his only print, the woodcut Virginia Woolf, to accompany the late fall 2007 Sculpture Center exhibition Brent Green: Animation in 4 Dimensions and to sell to benefit The Sculpture Center. Green's first full length feature, Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then, was released in spring 2010 and is being premiered across the United States. It was chosen as the New York Time's Critics' Pick when shown at the IFC Center in New York.
Always accessible at first glance, Brent Green’s stop-motion animated films and other artwork explore difficult, even unfathomable human aspirations and dilemmas. Drawing upon images and the spoken word in certain of his animated shorts, particularly Carlin, Virginia Woolf essentializes speculation about artifice and reality, the weight of the past upon the present, lingering illnesses, deeply considered suicides, untoward demises, and the prospects of redemption and liberation.
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