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Who's Afraid of Red Yellow & Blue?

by James Panero

Posted: Dec 20, 2012 03:18 PM

The painter and filmmaker Jeffrey Collins is at work on a documentary called "Who's Afraid of Red Yellow & Blue," which will focus on abstract painters working in New York. There are already many great interviews up online. For mine, Jeffrey met me at Storefront Bushwick for a walk around the gallery's show called "Surfaces, Supports: Tatiana? Berg and Evan Nesbit, curated by David Harper." Here is a clip of the visit. 

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