Interview: Artist Sandow Birk | KCET
Interview: Artist Sandow Birk
This is part of a series of interviews conducted by students from Occidental College for the Full Dollar project.
Sandow Birk has spent much of his life living and working in the Los Angeles area. Feeling that it is the most exciting place to be an artist, he often simultaneously critiques and celebrates the city in his work. He views his art as a means to communicate his conceptual ideas, which often re-define historical styles of painting and deal with contemporary American life. We met at his studio in Long Beach to talk a bit about his work, which you can see in the video above.
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