Harmonies of the Abstract; Julian Stanczak

One of the most poignant videos of an artist talking that I have come across in a long time, Julian Stanczak tells a short story of being in the woods and well I won’t spoil it but a truism to live by, life is always in flux.

Art is known by what it does, not what it is, the beauty of simplicity creates clarity and without comparison there can be no progress, the link and notes on the video as follows

Published on May 8, 2017
Julian Stanczak (1928-2017) “How can you progress without comparison?”

A film that gives insight into the mind of Julian Stanczak, one of the greatest colorists of the 21st century.

Excerpts from one of Julian Stanczak’s last interview.

Read more about the interview: http://prochorofffilms.com/blog-1/201…

Filmed at over 5 different galleries around Northeast Ohio, including the Akron Art Museum and the Cleveland Museum of Art.

A film by Vincent Prochoroff
Film & Animation
Standard YouTube License


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