By turns funny and touching, this portrait of New York painter Robert Cenedella – a contemporary of Andy Warhol who set himself up in the ‘60s as the anti-Warhol – uncovers a fascinating story of family secrets vs. Set to a rollicking soundtrack, the film not only tours Cenedella’s life, it also tours his eye-poppingly intricate, NY-centered paintings as one might travel the city – peering into every corner to uncover Cenedella’s characters, commentary and emotions.
The result is a visceral art documentary that also has the sweeping impact of a feature film –at once an investigation of a man’s identity, an inquiry into what art is and who it’s for, and a feisty portrait of the ups and downs of a life lived on one’s own terms.” Executive produced by Chris T.
Pro Tip: If you go take a tour at Franconia Brewing, your tour ends in the beer cooler. You can have a unique experience, but you have to time your visit just right. When you could, quite literally, fry an egg on the concrete, why not hit up the pool?
The third Friday of each month, the Dallas Museum of Art is open for Late Nights from 6 p.m. Take in all the museum has to offer and enjoy concerts, readings, and special programs. Hang out in SISU’s cabanas or head inside for a frozen drink and music.
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