Chuck Close: A Portrait in Progress Trailer (1998)
Photographic realist Chuck Close gets an up-close-and-personal treatment in this documentary that discusses Close's artistic vision and method, as well as his "close call" recovery from a spinal blood clot that almost ended his career. After suffering a debilitating seizure, Close -- the creator of groundbreaking, oversized portraits -- overcame his paralysis and continued his art. Avant-garde composer Philip Glass provides the soundtrack.
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International Releases Dates
01 January 1998
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