The Triptych: Wangechi Mutu

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The Triptych is a unique and profound documentary series profiling some of the most outspoken visual artists of our time.  Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu is one of the 3 artists featured.

Produced by Afro-Punk Pictures, the documentary is itself a work of art, featuring three intimate 20-minute conversations with three bold and culturally resonant voices in art. Each monologue is a reflection of their life experience, letting the viewer discover how their observations have shaped the art they create.

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A series of bio-pics with three of the most resonant voices in art: Wangechi Mutu, Barron Claiborne and Sanford Biggers. These films contrasts the art, views and experiences three artists who are contemporaries, luminaries and friends. The films are a perfect platform to explore the intersection between art, music and the Brooklyn experience.

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https://vimeo.com/58426616

There will be screening of The Triptych at Nasher Museum of Art on May 2nd 2013 at 17:30.

Other features Ciné Kenya has done about Wangechi Mutu’s work include an intimate interview at her home here, her incredible work as the artistic director for a Pegasus Warning music video here and her exhibition A Fantastic Journey here.

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