These videos for Dickinson are a reminder of the positive direction that videos marketing works of art are heading. But, also, they point out how far the form needs to go to become truly engaging and add real value. Simon Dickinson have three major works they’re making the centerpiece of TEFAF, a van Dyke that Simon Dickinson seems to be saying has been re-attributed.

James Roundell is featured in two additional videos promoting a Léger cubist still life and a Caillebotte seascape. Again, the videos are approaching more contemporary forms of communication.