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Kate Nesin, associate curator of contemporary art, discusses her book Cy Twombly’s Things, the first full-length English-language study of this influential artist’s distinctive sculptural...
Audio Lecture: Cy Twombly's Things
Matt Keegan discusses his previous works that relate to the site-specific installation in the exhibition Exposure which grew out of the artist’s longstanding fascination with cities and...
Audio Lecture: Exposure—Matt Keegan
Matthew S. Witkovsky, chair and curator of the Department of Photography, chairs a
seminar of exploring the work of six artists represented in Light Years: Conceptual
Art and the...
Audio Lecture: Light Years—Artists' Roundtable
Artist Katie Paterson has said, “I like to work on the brink of impossibility,” and her slide catalogue and resulting photographs—The History of Darkness—offer up images of pure darkness captured at...
Audio Lecture: Exposure—Katie Paterson
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Ann Toebbe studied at Parsons School of Design, earned her BFA at the Cleveland Institute of Art and an MFA at Yale, and did postgraduate work at DAAD Universität der...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—Ann Toebbe Connects with Florine Stettheimer
The Terra Foundation for American Art presents Amy Galpin, San Diego Museum of Art, as she explores the work of Morris Topchevsky, Edward Millman, Florence Arquin, Charles White, and others who were...
Audio Lecture: Second Cities—20th-Century American Artists in Chicago and Mexico City
Presented by the Community Associates Guest Artist Program, artist and educator Nick Cave describes working between the visual and performing arts to explore the body's role as intersection for sound...
Audio Lecture: Nick Cave
David Lee Csicsko reveals his long interest in the figure of Neptune and other denizens of the sea in this Artists Connect lecture. Csicsko, who created stained glass and mosaic panels for Chicago’s...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—David Lee Csicsko Connects with Arnold Böcklin
Melanie Herzog, Edgewood College, revisits Elizabeth Catlett’s place in a lively community of socially conscious Chicago artists in the 1940s. Presented with the Terra Foundation for American Art.
Audio Lecture: Elizabeth Catlett—Affiliations in Chicago
Tim Knox, Sir John Soane's Museum, London, traces Soane's highly original and idiosyncratic reinterpretation of classical architecture and design. Artwork: Side Chair, 1802-1810. England....
Audio Lecture: The Strange Genius of Sir John Soane
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