ARTIST, ANARCHIST & NO!art ARCHIVIST | 13:50 min | Excerpt from NO!art MAN | film & video | New York 2003 | Documentary about Boris Lurie, co-founder of the NO!art movement. The film is based on conversations between the director, Amikam Goldman, and Boris Lurie, from their first meeting in 1999 through 2001. The film also includes interviews with art historians, dealers, and artist friends of Boris Lurie.
ABOUT AMIKAM GOLDMAN: He was born 1973 in Israel and grew up in Tel Aviv. He finished high school in "Irony Alef for the arts". In September 1995 he moved to the USA to study film making, first at the "Film & Television Workshops", in Maine and since 1996, when he moved to New York, at the "New School for Social Research", where in 2000 he finished his diploma in cinema studies. He worked for 6 years in the major video & music store "Kim’s Video", in NYC. Made his short film "One-Windows", in 1997, which won 2nd place at the Marin County Film Festival, California. In November 2003 Amikam returned to Israel and he lives in Tel Aviv. He teaches cinema in "Blich" high school. He created the first film documentary about the NO!art co-founder Boris Lurie under the title "NO!art MAN". — Lives in Tel Aviv.
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