All Me: The Life And Times Of Winfred Rembert Synopsis

The brightly colored paintings of Winfred Rembert -- executed on leather canvases he learned to make in prison --describe life in the 1950's and 60's Jim Crow south. This film chronicles his journey from a chain gang in Georgia to a top-tier gallery on Madison Avenue. The film also traces the contrast between his family life in a rough neighborhood and the art world of wealthy collectors.