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Joan Arenberg moderates a panel discussion with collector Curt Conklin, artist and critic Michelle Grabner, and gallerist Rowley Kennerk that explores the relationship between artists, art dealers,...
Audio Lecture: Is There an Art to Art Collecting?
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
Roman commentaries on triumphal processions suggest that the gaze of the audience was perilously hard to control. Dr. Mary Beard, University of Cambridge, England, offers a new perspective by...
Audio Lecture: The Other Side of Conquest—Prisoners and Victims in the Roman Triumph
Elizabeth Cleland from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York provides an introduction to the exhibition The Divine Art: Four Centuries of European Tapestries.
Audio Lecture: Rethinking a Masterpiece: The Resurrection from the Allegory of the Redemption of Man
Laura Giles, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Princeton University Art Museum, speaks on the draughtman's transformation of nature into art.
Audio Lecture: Transforming the Model: Between Nature and Fantasy in Gianlorenzo Bernini's Academic Nudes
Scholar Mary Beard from the University of Cambridge, professor and author of The Roman Triumph, reflects on the global character of the Roman Empire. Karen Manchester, chair of the...
Audio Lecture: Urbs et Orbs—The City and the World in the Roman Triumph
Bruce Boucher, Curator of Sculpture, Medieval to Modern European Paintings and Sculpture, presents a lecture focusing on highlighted treasures in the Art Institute permanent collections.
Audio Lecture: Encyclopedic Museums—Cabinets of Curiosity
Andre Garolli, artistic director, and Carla Estafan, producer, of Brazil's Compania Triptal discuss their unique interpretation of Eugene O'Neill's sea plays at the Goodman Theatre. Steve Scott,...
Audio Lecture: O'Neill in Brazil
The defining event of the 20th century, the development of the Atomic Bomb is the basis for this John Adams work. The symposium's distinguished panelists include composer John Adams; his librettist...
Audio Lecture: Exploring the Opera <em>Doctor Atomic</em>, Part 3
David Travis, former Chair and Curator of the Department of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago, discusses why Yousuf Karsh may be the last of his kind. Travis examines the unique factors in...
Audio Lecture: Yousuf Karsh: The Last of His Kind

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