Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present
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Violeta

Great movie ! Marina has a unique matrix of understanding art .

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Chase

A polarizing artist indeed. Alienating to the lay consumer, hailed by the art world, revered by celebrities, and rebuffed by the intelligentsia, it almost seems hard to choose a stance on Abromavic that doesn't feel rote. The one thing I can praise with confidence, and that this documentary ...Read more

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