Description:     In the March AVR Show you’ll hear about how an artist helped shape Pop Art—and then learned to draw. Then there is the artist who built a small museum around an ill-kept tree in the Rose Bowl’s parking lot. The photographs of New York street fashion from a generation back may transport you to a sense of place and freedom that is more difficult to discern in real life. And the projects of one sexual provocateur’s exploitation of a very contemporary weakness for the Web may make you wonder if some of our newer freedoms are really very liberating at all. And in this month’s Visual Epiphany you’ll gain insight into the power of the serendipitous collision of art with youth, and how it can shape one’s life.
Run Time:     67: 7 Minutes
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