Bill Viola (born January 25, 1951) is today known for his work in video art. His exhibition profile, which includes the Guggenheim Berlin, Guggenheim New York, Getty Center, and Metropolitan Museum of Art, marks him as a major artist, at least by standards of public fame and repute. His work has also received extensive critical praise from both within the video art community and in the culture at large, which is unusual for an artist whose work often challenges the narrative conventions of the television screen.
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- I cry a lot. Usually once a day. I think it's one of the most profound forms of human expression.