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Elizabeth Lennard

Pluridisciplinary artist, Elizabeth Lennard grew up in New York and the San Francisco Bay Area. Recognized early on as a photographer, her work has been exhibited widely. Painted New York, her color-altered photographs, were shown at the Pompidou Center in Paris in 1979. After UCLA film school, she had the privilege of working on films of French writer, Marguerite Duras, but it was only in 2014, that she exhibited her photographs: Duras Films - at the Ervin Szabo Library in Budapest. Her mixed media work is often associated with artists and writers: Gertrude Stein, for a suite of altered photographs; the creation of a video opera with composer Marc-Olivier Dupin, Accents in Alsace at the MC93 Bobigny Theater, 2002; the documentary The Stein Family, the Making of Modern Art, broadcast on ARTE in 2011. The French version of Lennard’s documentary Edith Wharton: The Sense of Harmony was first shown on French TV in 1998. In 2009 she collaborated with writer Danielle Memoire on the video-performance Pour faire une Cordeliere at the Pompidou Center. Her documentaries include Tokyo Melody: a film about Ryuichi Sakamoto; Serge Poliakoff at Close Range and Casa Bronfman, co-directed by Ermanno Corrado, on a townhouse by architect Peter Rose. Other venues for her performances and video-objects are the Louvre Museum, the Chateau de Versailles and the Grand Palais in Paris. Besides December’s DVD release by Indiepix films of Edith Wharton, the Sense of Harmony, Counterpunch.org releases the DVD of Lennard’s short documentary Alexander Cockburn Beat the Devil. Lennard’s photographs are currently on view at the Pixi Gallery Marie Victoire Poliakoff in Paris and online at www.dinterfineart.com

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Edith Warton - The Sense of Harmony - DOWNLOAD

$9.99 | 57 minutes

(2014)

From filmmaker Elizabeth Lennard comes a definitive look at one of the greatest visionaries of the Gilded Age -- a literary genius, cosmopolitan and activist, whose vivid portrayal of society still resonates today: Edith Wharton&hellip…

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Edith Warton - The Sense of Harmony - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 57 minutes

(2014)

From filmmaker Elizabeth Lennard comes a definitive look at one of the greatest visionaries of the Gilded Age -- a literary genius, cosmopolitan and activist, whose vivid portrayal of society still resonates today: Edith Wharton&hellip…

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Edith Wharton - The Sense of Harmony

$14.95 | 57 minutes

(2014) - Director

From filmmaker Elizabeth Lennard comes a definitive look at one of the greatest visionaries of the Gilded Age -- a literary genius, cosmopolitan and activist, whose vivid portrayal of society still resonates today: Edith Wharton&hellip…

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