gallery representation is the key

On Mar 5, 2012, at 11:41 PM, John Woods wrote:

> >Balsom rightly points out that in the museum world there is a double 
> >standard “whereby experimental film-makers are treated with less respect 
> >than ‘artists working in film’ – such as Tacita >Dean, Stan Douglas or 
> >Matthew Buckingham – whose work is never subject to such transpositions.”  
> >She goes on to say that “recent exhibition practices have demonstrated the 
> >persistent
> And what was it that put the work of these people into their vaunted status 
> in the museum world? Gallery representation? Art school cred? Press 
> manipulation (publicity stunts, etc.)? Is that what a filmmaker needs to do 
> to be taken seriously? I guess that seems to mostly work for Hollywood.
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