Passage: A Richard Erdman Sculpture

Albert van der Wildt Short documentary - 1985 - 28 min.

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Documentary about the creation and transport of the largest sculpture ever made from a single block of travertine: Passage. The work of art was designed by the 31-year-old American sculptor Richard Erdman and realised under his supervision in Italy. Art lover and collector Donald M. Kendall, chairman of PepsiCo, commissioned the artwork and had Passage placed in the freely accessible PepsiCo Sculpture Gardens.

Credits

Producer(s) Nico Crama
Director of Photography Albert van der Wildt
Editing
Mixage
Sound on Set
Lukas Boeke
Menno Euwe
Mark van der Willigen
Phil Pearle
Maryte Kavaliauskas
Music
Production Country
Netherlands