Kathryn Bigelow: ” The Art of Darkness “

28 Jan
By Jessica Winter Monday, Feb. 04, 2013
PAOLA KUDACKI FOR TIME

In the late 1970s, the young artist Kathryn Bigelow had a thought-provoking conversation with a friend of a friend by the name of Andy Warhol. “Andy was saying that film is way more populist than art — that art’s very elitist, so you exclude a large audience,” she recalls. Around the same time, she visited the Museum of Modern Art, paying special attention to Kazimir Malevich’sSuprematist Composition: White on White and Piet Mondrian’s color-block grids. “I remember thinking, The audience for this is very specific,” Bigelow says over lunch in her hotel suite at the Ritz-Carlton Central Park, not far…

 

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2134499,00.html#ixzz2JIFMr6ln

 

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