- Sat 18 Sep 2021
- Len Lye Cinema
- Rated: Exempt
- Free entry
- Booking recommended
- As there is no allocated seating doors open 15 minutes before screenings, please come early to avoid disappointment
- To minimise disruption no admittance to cinema 10 minutes after session starts
- Hearing loop provided for the hearing impaired
- Wheelchair spaces available. Free entry for a companion to assist an audience member who has a disability. Companion seat is automatically allocated when a wheelchair space is booked
A documentary on the man, the artist, the brand.
Special Screenings to commemorate this iconic and sadly missed NZ artist.
Since the 1960s this iconic invididual has been turning the art world on its head.
In the early days of pop art and during the birth of the conceptual movement Billy Apple created works that were original, challenging, and controversial.
From New Zealand to the Royal College of Art in London and his own gallery in New York, Apple was part of a generation that pushed the boundaries of what it meant to be an artist.
Along the way he created a brand that may one day end up on supermarket shelves.
NZ | 2008 | 70 min | Dir. Leanne Pooley