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Directed by Eric Slade

Portland 2018 45 mins. In English

One of America’s most celebrated postwar painters, Mark Rothko continues to hold a powerful place in the art world. Join hosts OPB, the Portland Art Museum and the Northwest Film Center for a premiere screening of Oregon Art Beat’s compelling documentary about the artist who spent his formative years in Oregon and went on to revolutionize the world of abstract painting.

Q&A with OPB producer Eric Slade and others to follow.

Photo courtesy of OPB

 

Genres: Documentary



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