Shustak is a feature documentary of artist on artist. Stuart Page has mounted an extensive meta-narrative and a sustained conversation in pieces, part wild homage and part quiet ode to the life and work of Larence Shustak (1926-2003)... Shustak reveals the man as artist, teacher, friend, father, husband, provocateur, agitator, character. This documentary brings together the teacher and student with a unique eye for the interplay and scope between image and text

Year: 2009
Genre: Documentaries, Biography
Country: NZ
Director: Stuart Page
Starring: Larence Shustak
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: Documentary (Art on Film)



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