For over 60 years, from his first paintings as a child prodigy in the Vilna Ghetto, Samuel Bak has produced a remarkable body of work that has earned him an international reputation as a painter of thought-provoking images that raise challenging questions about essential life issues.
Samuel Bak: The Art of Speaking About the Unspeakable explores the life experiences which have shaped his art through a candid and insightful conversation with the artist, selected recollections from his recently published memoirs, and a moving presentation of many of his most important works.
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The Art of Speaking About the Unspeakable
USA, 2001, 37 minutes, color
Produced by Rob Cooper and the Pucker Gallery
Public Exhibition formats: Beta, DVD