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Vetrugno's embroideries enthrall with the primary attraction of the manual process within a contemporary artistic language and reconnect to the grand tradition of tapestry, which in the palaces of old acted as a backdrop for paintings, combining with stucco work to help make an all-encompassing artwork of the space itself.
That David Lynch, director of Blue Velvet, could enthrall us with an unflinchingly naturalistic and sweetly underpaced parable about a man on a journey may be a miracle.
Original released in 1996 on VHS, this new DVD will entertain and enthrall a whole new generation of children.