"Marcus Jansen: Examine and Report" could also be titled The Art of War, as Desert Storm veteran Marcus Jansen progressed from selling his art on the corner of Prince St. and Broadway in New York City, to showing in museums around the globe. Having served in the Gulf War, Jansen has a unique perspective shaped by first hand combat experiences that have certainly affected his Art for the positive. Emmy award winning Director John Scoular delves into the politics behind Jansen's work in a politically correct culture, which are neither black nor white, Marcus' views portrayed throughout his work are a global critique of injustices in the world, there is no bias in Jansen's work, he is an equal opportunity critic in search of the truth. The film also follows his path from "street" artist to museums. The art world itself is an elitist or high society market, but it is a market nonetheless, and it ebbs and flows just like any other commodity that is traded on wall street, this is a high ...
From the Bronx to the World's Museum. Artist Marcus Jansen
15 August 2017 (USA)
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