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The Shock of the new. / 3-4

Author: Robert HughesLorna PegramTony ChurchMartin JarvisMartin CrumpAll authors
Publisher: New York : Ambrose Video Pub., [2001]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Landscape of pleasure: The South of France and the Mediterranean become a generator of color-filled images of well-being that permeated the work of Monet, Cezanne and other Impressionists. Trouble in Utopia: The glass palaces of German architects give way to the functionalists. Concern for social programs, culminating in the town plans of le Corbusier, the speculations of Buckminster Fuller and the srange  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Interviews
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hughes; Lorna Pegram; Tony Church; Martin Jarvis; Martin Crump; Robin Lough; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Time-Life Films.; Reiner Moritz Productions.; Ambrose Video Publishing.
OCLC Number: 50039103
Notes: Videodisc release of television series.
Credits: [Series producer, Lorna Pegram]; writer, Robert Hughes. The Landscape of pleasure: readers, Tony Church, Martin Jarvis; editor, Martin Crump; producer, Lorna Pegram. Trouble in Utopia: producer, Robin Lough.
Performer(s): Presenter, Robert Hughes.
Description: 1 videodisc (104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, full screen (1.33:1 aspect ratio) presentation; Dolby 2.0.
Contents: Volume 3. The Landscape of pleasure --
Volume 4. Trouble in Utopia.
Other Titles: Landscape of pleasure.
Trouble in Utopia.
Responsibility: BBC-TV in association with Time Life Films and RM Productions, Munich.

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The Landscape of pleasure: The South of France and the Mediterranean become a generator of color-filled images of well-being that permeated the work of Monet, Cezanne and other Impressionists. Trouble in Utopia: The glass palaces of German architects give way to the functionalists. Concern for social programs, culminating in the town plans of le Corbusier, the speculations of Buckminster Fuller and the srange wasteland of Brasilia.

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