Hairy Who and the Chicago Imagists
Narration by Cheryl Lynn Bruce ; The Hairy Who (Jim Nutt, Gladys Nilsson, Art Green, Suellen Rocca, Karl Wirsum, Jim Falconer) ; The Chicago Imagists (Ed Paschke, Sarah Canright, Ed Flood, Roger Brown, Christina Ramberg, Phil Hanson, Barbara Rossi, Ray Yoshida).
[Chicago, Ill.] : Pentimenti Productions, 
Title from container.
The accompanying flip books contain excerpts from Lilli Carré's original animations in the film. Risograph poster by Sonnenzimmer featuring a quote from the film. Sheet contains essay by Robert Storr.
"This is the story of the artists that emerged from the catalyzing exhibitions at the Hyde Park Art Center from 1966-1973, starting with the Hairy Who, who would come to be known as the Chicago Imagists. It brings to life the milieu of Chicago in the 1960s, and also showcases the legacy of the Imagists' work in contemporary art production today, from Jeff Koons to Chris Ware. Themes in the narrative include the Imagists' emergence within the national context of Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art, the rise and fall of taste within art history, and the uncharacteristic equality afforded to women artists among this Chicago group."--Film website (http://pentimentiproductions.org/projects/hairy-who/about).