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Elizabeth Lillehoj, DePaul University, explores Japanese screens of the 17th and 18th centuries whose visual evidence reveals the emperor's crucial role in legitimatizing military leaders. She is...
Audio Lecture: Japanese Screen Paintings and the Strategy of Emperors
This engaging day devoted to Pop and Conceptual artist Ed Ruscha, which kicked off the exhibition Ed Ruscha and Photography, revealed his important and widespread contributions to art of the...
Audio Lecture: Space, Place, and Spectatorship in Ed Ruscha's Los Angeles
Alfred Pacquement, director of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, suggests how a balance between thematic and chronological exhibitions displays a permanent collection in its most productive light. He...
Audio Lecture: Exhibit the Collection
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 I: Language (Moderated Discussion)
This episode of the Art Institute of Chicago Musecast includes: Art Institute in the Community: Tour the museum with Art Institute expert Jane Clarke and learn interesting...
Musecast: May 2008
This engaging day devoted to Pop and Conceptual artist Ed Ruscha, which kicked off the exhibition Ed Ruscha and Photography, revealed his important and widespread contributions to art of the...
Audio Lecture: Closing Conversation with Ed Ruscha
Composer John Adams gives the Third Annual Presidential Lecture on how French 19th-century writer Marcel Proust describes the act of listening to music, referring also to novelist Thomas Mann. Adams...
Audio Lecture: The Vinteuil Sonata: Where Music and Literature Collide
Andreas Fischer looks closely at works by Gustave Courbet, noting the consummate skill with which the painter explored the expressive properties of his medium. Andreas also describes the process by...
Audio Lecture: Andreas Fischer Connects with Courbet
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
Julia Langbein, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Chicago, looks closely at the caricatures of paintings featured in the Salons, the official art exhibitions in Paris, asking how they functioned...
Audio Lecture: Salon Caricature and Comic Criticism in 19th-Century Paris
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