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Helen Vendler, distinguished professor at Harvard University and the nation's leading poetry critic, considers the poetry of Wallace Stevens in light of its relation to the work of Jasper Johns.
Audio Lecture: Wallace Stevens: The Poet as Painter
The Byzantine Empire formed a link between the vital cultures of the Silk Road and the classical traditions of the West. Cultural diversity and great wealth created a rich artistic mixture. Robert...
Audio Lecture: Byzantium and Points East
Center for Creative Photography Curator Britt Salvesen discusses the contents of the Harry Callahan Archive, some of the objects it holds, and what it reveals about Callahan's work.
Audio Lecture: Harry Callahan: The Photographer at Work
Franklin Kelly is the senior curator of American and British paining at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Hear Kelly provide the keynote lecture on opening night of the exhibitions...
Audio Lecture: Transforming Reality: The Artistic Vision of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper
Carl Blechen's Interior of the Palm House at Pfaueninsel near Potsdam (1834) serves as a point of departure for Adelheid Mers's presentation, in which the artist explains the evolution of...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Adelheid Mers Connects with Carl Blechen
An esteemed artist and teacher, Theaster Gates is coordinator of arts programming at the University of Chicago. Recent exhibitions include Speaking of Passage, Life After Qualls at the South Side...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Theaster Gates Connects with Japanese Ceramics
The Nichols Bridgeway will form a dynamic connection between the Art Institute and Millennium Park. Hear John Lupinos, Senior Project Manager of the Modern Wing Team, discuss this exciting addition.
Audio Lecture: Connecting Art to the Park: The Nichols Bridgeway
Michael Leja, University of Pennsylvania, discusses Winslow Homer's creative process.
Audio Lecture: Winslow Homer and the Composite Image
Katherine Bussard discusses how photography has been both an inspiration and a source of discovery for this seminal Pop and Conceptual artist.
Audio Lecture: Ed Ruscha and Photography
Mardges Bacon, Northeastern University, traces Le Corbusier's experiences within the culture of Chicago of the 1930s.
Audio Lecture: Le Corbusier in Chicago
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