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James Panero at Storefront Bushwick speaking about the changes in the art world.

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Published on Dec 14, 2012

A clip from my recent trip to NYC to do more filming for my upcoming documentary "Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue". Coming in due time.

http://igg.me/at/whosafraid-film/x/50...

This clip is from my filming with Writer James Panero of the New Criterion and the Wall Street Journal, recorded at Storefront Bushwick Gallery. Recorded on November 18th 2012.

James took the time to speak with me that day about the history of the NY art world, mostly it's recent history and it's similarities to Montparnasse in France.

I also got to ride around with James and his wonderful daughter Lily, as we drove from Bushwick back to Chelsea. Interesting drive. Especially having never been on the pavement of many of these roads. It's much nicer being a passenger in a car in NY than the driver. So much wonderful interview footage.

Thanks James!

Come and see more of what's going on over at our blog. duochromefilms.blogspot.com

Thanks for all your support. Please donate if you can.
Cheers.
Jeffrey Collins
Director

©2012 Duochrome Films

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