Filmed over 15 years and including interviews with a veritable who's who of the art and entertainment world, Guest of Cindy Sherman takes an eye-opening look at what happens when a skeptical outsider finds himself romantically involved with the ultimate insider. BUY THE DVD »
Episode 75 Part 1 of 3 (First time we meet Tracey Emin, empty room, unknown, chilly dealer bloke, can't take a joke) lol
A long time ago, in the distant year 1994, medium-sized New York art dealers Pat Hearn, Colin De Land, and Lisa Spellman started an art fair in the the historically seedy Gramercy Hotel, famous for housing rock bands on tour and for it's piano bar. more »
Popular Doctor for New York's Creative Community Gets Booted by Greedy Landlord
My version of Dr. House is real. New documentary at square two is in reality in pre-production, a drama with 27 hours of real-time video about Dr. Daryl Isaacs, the uniquely brilliant and prolific internist, gives me his story of the struggle with the American medical establishment fix - all specialists and no GP's. He demonstrates in check form the insanity of "for profit health insurance' companies", Isaacs' massive patient load, and the surprising facts behind his inclusion in the hit film - SUPERSIZE ME, by then documentary director, Morgan Spurlock.
The Mercer Street Medical Case begins as a New York real estate nightmare, because Daryl Isaacs loses the lease on his medical practice and must move by the end of May. It was April and I began shooting the more »
Concrete TV is a NYC-based public access show by Ron Rocheleau that combines sex, violence and art. STARK RAVING MANIAC WORK OF BRILLIANCE. For more information -www.concretetv.com
Ron Rocheleau has also been firmly at work with GalleryBeat on and off since the 1990's when we were both Public Access producers. Ron's lurid hypervision of a digital schizophrenia began before this could be done on a computer, so he hasn't bothered to get one at all. I think that is the sign of the artist, at least the compulsory type that works more like a writer, and doesn't draw on everything that doesn't move. He talks a lot. He makes me nuts. He also makes moving pictures into deep streams of neurological wonder. The new box set will put you away for good.
RERUN - FOR THE FIRST TIME - I capture the moment that hadn't happened in New York since the 1990's - a video portrait of George Herms working on a new installation at Nyehaus to include in his show of work dating back to 1962. He is the incredible inimitable George Herms, the royal jester King of a generation of artists that began producing the found object assemblage and manufactured objects beyond ordinary recognition. George made the impossible possible, he provides material clues to the surreal manner of talking about his work.
Special appearance by artist Fred Tomaselli.
Directed by Paul H-O
Edited by Gaia Balidini
Videotaped at Nyehaus 8/10
Music by George Herms and Thelonious Monk
Cooking With GalleryBeat is a live videotaped talk show hosted by Paul H-O and Dr.Lisa. Each savory and robust guest is expertly reheated for approximately 15 minutes and then given a prescription by Dr. Lisa. These frisky confabs take place in the finest art galleries in the world.
In this session we have:
Featured guests: PHOEBE HOBAN - author of the hot new first biography of "ALICE NEEL, A Not So Pretty Picture". So you think you have it bad, artist? Hah! Ms. Hoban also writes for NY Magazine and many publications. She's a hardcore researcher as well as an excellent more »
Nature is fast, beautiful, and lethal. He would have killed us for sure if we had tried to drop in on his wave. I personally would rather be killed by a dolphin than a shark, because they're a lot more lovable. H-O
Directed by Paul H-O, starring Jim Evans and Flipper, Animal handler- FiFi Lebeouf, Camera- May Rigler
Episode 75 Part 1 of 3 - In this first portion of the half hour Classic GBTV episode, the GalleryBeat Crew makes ready to storm the Second Annual Gramercy Hotel Art Fair. Cathy has her "special defining moment," Paul and Walter have their power struggle, and then the crew discuss their itinerary and what a bunch of snots the British are. At the end the crew makes their first fair stop at Paula Cooper Gallery.
A long time ago, in the distant year 1994, medium-sized New York art dealers Pat Hearn, Colin De Land, and Lisa Spellman started an art fair in the the historically seedy Gramercy Hotel, famous more »