[Peer Group Pressure – Art 1980 Footage]

00:05Copy video clip URL The interviewer speaks with people at Art 1980 (inaudible) while the camera films art and attendees.

01:06Copy video clip URL An elderly woman speaks about the show and shares the advice that her brother – a commercial artist – gave her about purchasing paintings. 

02:40Copy video clip URL The interviewer speaks to a woman about the show and about her opinions on contemporary art. 

05:26Copy video clip URL Interviews outside the exhibit with a group serving lemonade. They’re wearing t-shirts that read “Artists Must Make a Stand.” The interviews are largely inaudible. 

08:10Copy video clip URL Interview with a group of young, well-dressed people outside the exhibit about their expectations for the show. They’re a little drunk.

10:00Copy video clip URL An interview with an artist about his opinions of the show, which he found elitist because it excluded crafts and local artists. 

14:25Copy video clip URL An interview with a German couple about their opinions of the show, which they found a little alienating. Much of the conversation is inaudible. 

17:00Copy video clip URL An elderly woman talks about the price of art going up substantially since she last bought art about 12 years earlier. She likes more modern art, she says. 

21:36Copy video clip URL People posing near a frame on the pier that reads ‘Greetings from Chicago” in imitation of a postcard. 

 

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