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Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Pate Conaway Connects with René Magritte
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Pate Conaway is a graduate of both Columbia College Chicago and the Second City Training Program. Collaborations with the Rachel Germond Dance Ensemble and The Seldoms demonstrate the importance of...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Pate Conaway Connects with René Magritte
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Sumakshi Singh Connects with Richard Tuttle
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In her talk from April 7, 2007, artist Sumakshi Singh discusses the impact of minimalist works by Richard Tuttle on her own intricately detailed installations and experimental performances.
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Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Sumakshi Singh Connects with Richard Tuttle
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Theaster Gates Connects with Japanese Ceramics
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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
Audio Lecture: Artists Looking at Each Other—How Drawings Betray Their Sources
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Curator Suzanne McCullagh selected highlights from Capturing the Sublime: Italian Drawings of the Renaissance
and Baroque
to demonstrate how artists find inspiration in earlier masters...
Audio Lecture: Artists Looking at Each Other—How Drawings Betray Their Sources
Audio Lecture: Avoid a Polar Situation: Johns, Cage, and O'Hara in the Sixties
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Marjorie Perloff, renowned literary critic and professor of humanities at Stanford University, examines the interrelation between the works of Jasper Johns, poet Frank O'Hara, and composer John Cage.
Audio Lecture: Avoid a Polar Situation: Johns, Cage, and O'Hara in the Sixties
Audio Lecture: Bauhaus to Green Haus—From Pyramids to Spacecraft
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Arturo Vittori, co-founder of Architecture and Vision with Swiss architect Andreas Vogler, discusses several of their recent projects which focus on human well-being, mobility, and eco-sustainability...
Audio Lecture: Bauhaus to Green Haus—From Pyramids to Spacecraft
Audio Lecture: Behind and Beyond the Self-Portrait: Andrea Mantegna between Reality and Fantasy
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Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt Fullert and Marion Titus Searle Curator of Earlier Prints and Drawings, hosts the symposium on Italian Drawings. She begins by reading this manuscript submitted by...
Audio Lecture: Behind and Beyond the Self-Portrait: Andrea Mantegna between Reality and Fantasy
Audio Lecture: Benin--Kings and Rituals: Court Arts from Nigeria
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Art Institute curator Kathleen Bickford Berzock introduces the special exhibition Benin--Kings and Rituals: Court Arts from Nigeria.
Audio Lecture: Benin--Kings and Rituals: Court Arts from Nigeria
Audio Lecture: Bernard O'Kane on Persian Architecture
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Bernard O'Kane, American University, Cairo, spoke on Arthur Pope and Persian architecture as a part of the symposium "Arthur Pope and and New Survey of Persian Art."
Audio Lecture: Bernard O'Kane on Persian Architecture
Audio Lecture: Better for Haunts—Victorian Houses and the Modern Imagination
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Sarah Burns, professor emerita at Indiana University, asks: Why does the Addams family live in a decayed Victorian house? Why does the ominous mansion in Psycho have a mansard roof? Examining the...
Audio Lecture: Better for Haunts—Victorian Houses and the Modern Imagination
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