Perhaps this restless variety explains his relatively low profile in the pantheon of twentieth-century artists. However, he was a subtly influential figure and this documentary examines his time in Rome, Paris, London and New York as well as his relationships with the likes of Alberto Giacometti and Mark Rothko. Sadly, no preview material was available but this should be fascinating. Phil Harrison
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