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Jordan Belson

*1926 Chicago, †2011 San Francisco

studied painting in the 1940s, Belson turned afterwards to the medium of film and had made a total of over thirty films. In the process, he began to address various cultural, spiritual and religious frames of reference. His varied influences include yoga, Eastern philosophies and mysticism, astronomy, Romantic classical music, alchemy, Jung, non-objective art, mandalas, and more,” wrote Cindy Keefer in 2008. His films have been shown at the Tate Modern in London; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Whitney Museum in New York; Centre Pompidou in Paris, among many others.