Art in the Wilderness: 'Rivers and Tides' The documentary film Rivers and Tides focuses on the "wilderness art" of Andy Goldsworthy -- enhanced dramatically by the big screen. Goldsworthy uses natural elements to create work that is often ephemeral in nature. Los Angeles Times film critic Ken Turan offers a review.
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Art in the Wilderness: 'Rivers and Tides'

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Art in the Wilderness: 'Rivers and Tides'

Art in the Wilderness: 'Rivers and Tides'

Art in the Wilderness: 'Rivers and Tides'

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The documentary film Rivers and Tides focuses on the "wilderness art" of Andy Goldsworthy — enhanced dramatically by the big screen. Goldsworthy uses natural elements to create work that is often ephemeral in nature. Los Angeles Times film critic Ken Turan offers a review.