Billy Sullivan: Photographs
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Type: DVD + CD-Rom
TV System: NTSC
Code: All regions
Label: Microcinema International
Born in Brooklyn, Billy Sullivan attended New York’s High School of Art and Design and then the School of Visual Arts during which time he began photographing his fellow artists, family and friends from the art, nightclub and fashion worlds. Over 30 years later, Sullivan has accumulated thousands of images that he views as a visual diary of his life, characterizing the people and things around him. From this archive he creates paintings, pastels and ink drawings, primarily portraits and still lifes, Part of a downtown scene from 1968 to the present, Sullivan cites the influence of Andy Warhol on his approach to art, aesthetically and socially.
The ARTPIX DVD and CD-ROM document Sullivan’s photos over 30 years. An image archive is accompanied by an audio interview with the artist by Mark Magill, founder of Bomb Magazine, and an essay by The New Yorker art critic Peter Schjeldahl.
CD-ROM Minimum System Requirements:
Windows: 300 MHZ Intel Pentium processor or compatible;64MB installed RAM; Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000, XP;800 x 600 monitor with millions of colors;Windows-compatible sound card and speakers;16x CD-ROM driveMAC: 300 MHZ PowerPC processor or later;64 MB installed RAM; Mac OS X;800 x 600 monitor with millions of colors;16x CD-ROM drive