1. Directed and Shot by Matt Baron and Gary Gardner
    Edited by Chris Sullivan

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  2. A visit with Alex Katz, the man who re-invented realism in a cooler
    postwar key. He's been painting his wife Ada since 1958 and they are
    still the most glamorous couple in New York. A Jewish Museum
    exhibition looks at these "non-psychological portraits," which Katz
    says reveal influences from Japanese prints to film noir.

    Director/Producer: Andrea Simon
    Director of Photography: Daniel Epstein, Sam Henriques
    Editor: Edward Negron

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  3. Directed, Shot and Edited by Matt Baron and Gary Gardner
    Post Production Supervisor: Chris Sullivan
    Produced by Code and Theory
    Executive Producer: Brandon Ralph

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  4. Artist Alex Katz in Conversation with Matthew Collings at Turner Contemporary, on the occasion of the exhibition Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow, 6 October 2012 - 13 January 2013. Filmed by Mark Castro & Max Philo

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015. Alex Katz

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From 6 October 2012 until 13 January 2013, Turner Contemporary is exhibiting Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow. Alex Katz (born Brooklyn, New York, 1927) is one of the most important and respected living American artists with a career that spans over six decades. Give Me Tomorrow brings together paintings, oil studies, collages and a rarely exhibited cut-out, spanning the full breadth of Katz’s career from the 1950s to the present.

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From 6 October 2012 until 13 January 2013, Turner Contemporary is exhibiting Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow. Alex Katz (born Brooklyn, New York, 1927) is one of the most important and respected living American artists with a career that spans over six decades. Give Me Tomorrow brings together paintings, oil studies, collages and a rarely exhibited cut-out, spanning the full breadth of Katz’s career from the 1950s to the present.

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