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Margaret Morgan Grasselli, National Gallery of Art, spoke on "French Drawings: From Vouet to Ingres." The symposium "The Gray Collection—A Particular Eye" was hosted by Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt...
Audio Lecture: French Drawings: From Vouet to Ingres
Elizabeth Siegel, Art Institute curator, outlined the goals of the symposium "From Fragment to Photograph—Interpreting Louis Sullivan's Architecture" and explored John Szarkowski's photography of...
Audio Lecture: John Szarkowski's Photography and the Work of Louis Sullivan
Stuart Pyhrr, Metropolitan Museum of Art, discusses armor and Chicago's George F. Harding, Jr.'s passion for collecting it.
Audio Lecture: Arms and Armor—Harding's Castle and Collection
Briony Fer of University College, London, spoke on Eva Hesse for this symposium. She was introduced by James Rondeau, Frances and Thomas Dittmer Chair of Contemporary Art.
Audio Lecture: Briony Fer on Eva Hesse
Leonard Lesko, emeritus Brown University, reviews the legacy of winemaking and tasting in Egypt from about 5000 years ago across the dynasties including special attention to wine jars found in King...
Audio Lecture: Wine of the Pharoahs
Melissa McCormick reviews selected scenes from the 11th century Tales of Genji as she describes the literary classic's role in the genre of Japanese screens. She is introduced by Janice...
Audio Lecture: Gifts of Wishful Thinking: Genji Screens and the Bridal Trousseau in Tokugawa Japan
Nicholas Cullinan, Curator of International Modern Art, Tate Modern, presents a lecture to accompany the inaugural installation in the new Modern Wing.
Audio Lecture: Still Life—Some Thoughts on the Late Work of Cy Twombly and the Artist's Studio
Journalist Benjamin Wallace recaps highlights from his book on the rarefied and intriguing world of wine and connoisseurship. This lecture was presented in support of the exhibition A Case for...
Audio Lecture: The Billionaire's Vinegar: The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine
Donald Hallmark discusses Frank Lloyd Wright's influence on architecture and design in the midwest.
Audio Lecture: On Frank Lloyd Wright
John Arndt discusses images by photographer Robert Adams, whose severe landscapes inform Arndt's own sculpture and works on paper.  Arndt, who teaches at College of DuPage, was awarded a residency at...
Audio Lecture: John Arndt Connects with Robert Adams
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