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In the world of art, success rarely equals interesting. It’s an idea of worth that drives the documentary “Art Bastard,” which takes a look at the life and times of painter Robert Cenedella, who’s spent most of his career on his feet, refusing to submit to a system of acknowledgement and financial evaluation that generally defines the big names in professional creativity. Directed by Victor Kanefsky, “Art Bastard” is an informative picture, bringing Cenedella’s distorted vision of humanity to the screen, helping to identify a body of work that’s extraordinarily detailed and imaginative, and perhaps completely unknown to the average art-world participant. It’s basic in design, but the production is merely out to identify inspiration, doing so with a sense of humor and trust in the subject’s natural charisma. Read the rest at


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