Jan 14, 2015
On this episode we fake our way through a discussion on fake art, as inspired by the new Tim Burton film BIG EYES, which chronicles the abusive professional and personal relationship between Margaret and Walter Keane. We then move on to a film where Orson Welles hijacked another artist’s work to much greater critical acclaim in what has been called the first film essay in F FOR FAKE. And finally we do our own follow-up to some news organization called 60 MINUTES as we look at the actual documentary MY KID COULD PAINT THAT. To do all this we perhaps need to bring in an actual artist and thankfully Tressa Bowling from Sequential Spirits joins us to give some much needed perspective.