A filmmaker, photographer, painter, and visual artist, Gus Van Sant is presented here in his protean artistic universe and in an atmosphere of creative intimacy.
The first exhibition room, whitewashed and titled “Photography,” houses several series, including Cut-Ups, Hanson, rigorously framed in black-and-white 24x36 format, and Polaroid enlargements featuring William Burroughs and David Bowie.
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