Forget the HBO static or the Showtime lasers: the true sign of quality programing is a portly man staring down the barrel of the camera and drolly intoning: “Good evening ladies and gentlemen.”
Every now and again, a space pops up that gives a group of artists a home, creates a community and even feeds into the work that is created there.
A music video that pairs punk band Rancid with the works of pioneering conceptual artist Sol Lewitt is what this is.
While director Harmony Korine's new feature film Spring Breakers is getting massive media attention, one of his lesser-known masterpieces is also being re-released.
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