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Audio Lecture: Between Nature and Artifice in Early Drawings by Francesco Salviati
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David McTavish from Queen's University in Ontario speaks on the draughtman's transformation of nature into art.
Audio Lecture: Between Nature and Artifice in Early Drawings by Francesco Salviati
Audio Lecture: Breaking Away: How Rembrandt Became an Original Artist
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In celebration of the 400th birthday anniversary of Rembrandt, art historian Stephanie Dickey describes the young genius's grappling with the art of the past, his irreverent sense of humor, and his...
Audio Lecture: Breaking Away: How Rembrandt Became an Original Artist
Audio Lecture: Briony Fer on Eva Hesse
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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
Audio Lecture: Byzantine Reliquary Pendants
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James Robinson, British Museum, provided a rich overview of Byzantine Reliquary Pendants and reviewed the context from which they came.
Audio Lecture: Byzantine Reliquary Pendants
Audio Lecture: Byzantium and Points East
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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
Audio Lecture: Caroll Dunham on Jim Nutt
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Caroll Dunham, an artist whose paintings and drawings are included in many prestigious collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, speaks on Jim Nutt. He was introduced by James Rondeau,...
Audio Lecture: Caroll Dunham on Jim Nutt
Audio Lecture: Cézanne and Pissarro in the 1870s
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Art historian T. J. Clark, University of California at Berkeley, looks at the period when Cézanne and Pissarro painted side by side, before differences emerged that constituted a decisive stylistic...
Audio Lecture: Cézanne and Pissarro in the 1870s
Audio Lecture: Challenging the Encyclopedic Museum—Berlin's Museum Island
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Thomas Gaeghtens, current director of the Getty Research Institute and recent director of the German Center for the History of Art, Paris, reflects on Berlin's encyclopedic National Museums and their...
Audio Lecture: Challenging the Encyclopedic Museum—Berlin's Museum Island
Audio Lecture: Changing Face, Changing Place—A History of African Art at the Art Institute of Chicago
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Curator Kathleen Bickford Berzock traces the history of African Art at the museum from the 1920s to the present,
introducing the new installation opening spring 2011.
Audio Lecture: Changing Face, Changing Place—A History of African Art at the Art Institute of Chicago
Audio Lecture: Chicago and Globalization—Caught in the Middle
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Richard Longworth, Senior Fellow, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Fellow and award-winning Chicago Tribune foreign correspondent, cites research and analysis from his recent book.
Audio Lecture: Chicago and Globalization—Caught in the Middle
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