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Raphael MONTAÑEZ ORTIZ

(1934- )
Nationalité américaine

Raphael Montañez Ortiz makes art that is the product of self-imposed discipline, complex methods, and ritualistic processes - some drawing on his Puerto Rican, Portuguese, and Native American heritage.
In the 1960s Ortiz developed his own movement, “Destructivism,” an experimental art process that included destroying and reconstructing objects in public performances. Destructivism was made famous when Ortiz destroyed a piano on The Johnny Carson Show by "playing" it with an ax. This clip covers 30 years of piano destructivist performances, from London in 1966 to the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1996.

10 FILMS EN DISTRIBUTION

CASSETTE NUMERO 13
1996 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 59' 29 / 152 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 15
1996 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 12' 00 / 37 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 11
1994 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 22' 05 / 68 €
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DANCE NUMBER 22
1993 / n&b / sonore / simple écran / 7' 22 / 23 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 18
1991-1993 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 26' 23 / 80 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 12
1992 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 16' 11 / 50 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 16
1992 / n&b / sonore / simple écran / 13' 38 / 42 €
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CASSETTE NUMERO 14
1991 / coul-n&b / sonore / simple écran / 22' 15 / 68 €
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DANCE NUMBER 1
1985 / Betacam SP / n&b / sonore / simple écran / 3' 45 / 24 €
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DANCE NUMBER 1-6
1985 / n&b / sonore / simple écran / 17' 00 / 52 €
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