Stereopticon Pictures has created a variety of productions documenting various areas of the art world. Below is a selection of these productions. Click the name or image for more information and a video excerpt.
The Frick Collection Stereopticon Pictures produced an orientation video for The Frick Collection in New York. Shot on HD on location in the galleries and narrated by the staff of the Frick Collection, the film introduces visitors to the museum founder Henry
Clay Frick and explores the magnificent works in the collection.
(15 minutes, col., HD video, Installation Fall 2009)
All About Prints A documentary about printmaking airing on PBS stations nationwide. The film explores the art of
printmaking from the perspective of influential curators, collectors,
dealers, printmakers, and artists. The program touches on the wider
history of prints in Western art with an emphasis on key landmarks of
printmaking in America. Visually engaging explanations of printmaking
terms and techniques are sure to inspire a deeper understanding and
appreciation of printmaking as a distinctive art form with unique
possibilities. (55 minutes, col., HD video, 2008)
Henry Segerstrom: Connector Profile of the California developer and philanthropist whose career has involved collaborations with Isamu Noguchi, Kathryn Gustafson, Richard Serra, Cesar Pelli, and Valery Gergiev. (24 minutes, col., video, 2006)
Alvin Bellak: Collector Profile of an enthusiastic art collector who has promised his collection of Indian paintings to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Segment for Egg, the WNET/Thirteen PBS series on art and culture. (3 minutes, col., video, film, 2001)
Ballet Trockadero Profile of the all-male comedic ballet company. Segment for Egg, the WNET/Thirteen PBS series on art and culture. (7 minutes, col., video, film, 2000)
Martha @ Mother Profile of performer Richard Move, Martha Graham impersonator and curator of a cutting edge downtown Manhattan dance series. Segment for The Best of Dance in City Arts, the WNET/Thirteen PBS series on art and culture in New York City. (7 minutes, col., video, film, 1998)