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Audio Lecture: Home/work: Images in Context
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Julia Fish's paintings are quiet, abstract manifestations of observed realities drawn from personal experiences, memories, and her own immediate surroundings. Many of her early paintings focused on...
Audio Lecture: Home/work: Images in Context
Audio Lecture: Horace Pippin's Cabin in the Cotton
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Curator Sarah Kelly discusses self-taught artist Horace Pippin's layered paint technique and reviews primary sources that seem to have inspired his famous Cabin in the Cotton images.
Audio Lecture: Horace Pippin's <em>Cabin in the Cotton</em>
Audio Lecture: How Chinese Art Became "Contemporary"
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Wu Hung, University of Chicago, explores the crucial moment in Chinese art that reset an avant-garde movement as he analyzes key art projects, experimental exhibitions, and the language of art...
Audio Lecture: How Chinese Art Became "Contemporary"
Audio Lecture: How to Survive Civilization, or What I Have Learned from Dada
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Hal Foster, Princeton University, looks at avant garde art with a focus on the mimetic excess found in Dada and its progeny.  He recalls the Cabaret Voltaire performances of poet Hugo Ball in Zurich...
Audio Lecture: How to Survive Civilization, or What I Have Learned from Dada
Audio Lecture: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Residence
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Glenn Edgerton, artistic director of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, reacts to works of art as he comments on the company's residency at the Art Institute during the 500 Ways of Looking at Modern...
Audio Lecture: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Residence
Audio Lecture: Ian Wallace Lecture on Jeff Wall
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Ian Wallace is one of the pioneering forces behind Vancouver's conceptual art scene. Wallace taught art history at the University of British Columbia, Jeff Wall's alma mater, and the Vancouver School...
Audio Lecture: Ian Wallace Lecture on Jeff Wall
Audio Lecture: In Search of the Byzantine Artist
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Charles Barber, University of Notre Dame, provides a positive view of the often criticized Byzantine artists
who worked in the era when the copy was valued more than the original.
Artwork...
Audio Lecture: In Search of the Byzantine Artist
Audio Lecture: In the Light of Other Days: The Cold War Portraiture of Richard Avedon and Irving Penn
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Colin Westerbeck, director of the California Museum of Photography at the University of California, Riverside presents a lecture in which he discusses how the portraiture of Penn and Avedon,...
Audio Lecture: In the Light of Other Days: The Cold War Portraiture of Richard Avedon and Irving Penn
Audio Lecture: Inside the Artist's Studio—Lichtenstein
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Photographer Laurie Lambrecht discusses her experience recording Roy Lichtenstein in his studio. Sponsored by the City Community Associates of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Audio Lecture: Inside the Artist's Studio—Lichtenstein
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
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Cartoonist Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution, uses highlights of his work to reveal his process for creating editorial cartoons that are both pointed and funny.
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
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