An introduction to the National Gallery of Canada's contemporary art collection, featuring works by Canadian and international artists from the 1970s to the present. Organized into 9 easy-to-use sections, this film provides personal insights into why artists create, and looks at the range of materials they use and the effects of photography and new technologies.
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What's This? Understanding Contemporary Art , Chris Mullington, provided by the National Film Board of Canada