“Part Three: In the Marketplace” is scenes of Segal’s daily life on the streets of Paris. Segal explains that he lives in the moment and details the practices he employs to achieve that ideal. In this episode, we see Segal again working in his studio and preparing for both a book and gallery exhibition of his lithographs. The vibrancy and vitality of Segal is inspiring.
In Seeing, Searching, Being: William Segal, the viewer meets a deeply spiritual man who happens to be an artist. His thoughts are so outwardly directed, they touch our own musings on the meaning of life, particularly our own. So many artists are self-absorbed, wrapped up in themselves and the image they want to project. It is refreshing to listen to Segal talk about ideas, social theories, and beliefs.
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