Glasstudio Borowski [videorecording] : composit a / MAJ Limited.

Glasstudio Borowski [videorecording] : composit a / MAJ Limited.

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1 videocassette (53 minutes) : sound, color ; 1/2 inch
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Glasstudio Borowski
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"Segment 1 is from a Houston TV interview with the two older Borowski sons, Pawel and Wiktor, and with Bob Moses. It was aired on Valentines day, 1997 and runs eight minutes"--Container.
"Segment 2 shows Stanislaw, his sons and the Borowski glass blowers in the process of creating their remarkable glass pieces in their Polish glass studio in Boleslawiec. This fifteen minute video was created from three special documentaries about Glasstudio Borowski, broadcast by Polish Public Television during 1996-1997. No English "voice over" is available at this time. It shows the studio, a completely refurbished factory that was built at the turn of the century, a short segment of Stanislaw being interviewed in his private studio and then numerous segments showing him, the glass blowers and his sons working in the studio on various glass creations"--Container.
"Segment 3 is a complete thirty minute "gallery" event, produced by Polish Public TV [1996]...and where art critics and the public were invited to view a collection of Stanislaw's major works. The MAJ team was there for the occasion!"--Container.
Stanislaw Borowski, glass artist.
Compilation of three videos regarding the work of Stanislaw Borowski.
Stanislaw Borowski began as a glass engraver in Krosno and by 1976 had opened his own Studio. In 1982 he was forced to leave Poland due to Russian control of Poland. He fled to Germany and began a new life, and four years later returned to Poland to reestablishd his studio.
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