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Uploaded on Dec 17, 2010
Scene taken from the documentary Miss Interpreted by Rudolf Evenhuis & Joost Verhey. If you're interested in the full high resolution version, please visit: http://www.docsonline.tv/documentary/26
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Born in Cape Town South Africa, Marlene Dumas is one of the best-known contemporary artists in the world. In her paintings, usually life-sized, she depicts human figures that wrestle with emotions. The relation between art and female beauty, art and pornography, female models and models of art, all have been a constant theme for Marlene Dumas. The documentary film 'Miss Interpreted' follows the artist's activities for a period of six months while she prepares for an exhibition, thus giving us intimate insights into her work and ideas.