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Theodora Vischer, based at Schaulager Ruchfeldstrasse, Basel, spoke on Robert Gober  for this symposium. She was introduced by James Rondeau, Frances and Thomas Dittmer Chair of Contemporary Art.
Audio Lecture: Theodora Vischer on Robert Gober
Kate Nesin, Princeton University, reviewed Cy Twombly's sculptural work as it developed alongside his painting over the past several decades. The lecture was presented in support of the exhibition...
Audio Lecture: Objects of Attention: Cy Twombly's Sculpture
This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago's Musecast includes:
Modern Art: Visit the Modern Wing's construction site and find out why we're calling the museum's new wing the...
Musecast: March 2007
Art historian Melissa Dowling, Southern Methodist University, reviews the impact of Emperor Hadrian's architectural and aethetic innovations across the Roman Empire. She is introduced by Mary Greuel.
Audio Lecture: Hadrian: Modern Visionary in Ancient Times
This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago Musecast includes: Exhibition Focus: Mario Ybarra, Jr.  works his...
Musecast: June 2008
This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago Musecast includes: Collection Connection: Just getting familiar with the...
Musecast: August 2009
Bringing together leading international thinkers on Bochner's work, this one-day academic symposium addresses Bochner's ideas about the complex and occasionally contradictory interactions between...
Audio Lecture: Mel Bochner Symposium, Panel II: Translation (Moderated Discussion)
The authorship of the magnificent Spanish-school Saint John in the Wilderness has long been a subject of debate. The painting entered the Art Institute of Chicago collection in 1957 as a...
Audio Lecture: Technical Study of Saint John in the Wilderness
This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago Musecast includes: Art Institute in the Community: Go beyond the museum walls as curator James Rondeau and exhibition manager Maureen...
Musecast: October 2009
Jackson Lears, Board of Governors professor of history at Rutgers University, traces the changing attitudes toward craftsmanship in the 20th-century United States high and popular culture, looking...
Audio Lecture: The 20th-Century Fate of the Craft Ideal
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