The Pixels of Paul Cezanne is a collection of essays by Wim Wenders in which he presents his observations and reflections on the fellow artists who have influenced, shaped, and inspired him.
"How are they doing it?" is the key question that Wenders asks as he looks at the dance work of Pina Bausch, the paintings of Cezanne, Edward Hopper, and Andrew Wyeth, as well as the films of Ingmar Bergman, Michelanelo Antonioni, Ozu, Anthony Mann, Douglas Sirk, and Sam Fuller.
He finds the answer by trying to understand their individual perspectives, and, in the process revealing his own art of perception in texts of rare poignancy.
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About the Author
Wim Wenders is the distinguished director of Paris, Texas and Wings of Desire, as well as The American Friend. He is the director of the award-winning documentaries Buena Vista Social Club, Pina and The Salt of the Earth. His new fiction film, Submergence, will be released in 2018. Faber has published three volumes of his essays which have been collected together into one volume, On Film. He has also written My Time with Antonioni, which chronicles his experience working with Antonioni on Beyond the Clouds.