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Ellsworth Kelly's White Curve was conceived specifically for the Modern Wing's new Pritzker Garden. Made of painted aluminum and 54 feet in length, this monumental sculpture is the largest...
Explore Moreau's dramatic painting about Hercules' second labor with the deadly hydra.
Video: The Mythology of Moreau's <em>Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra</em>
This video focuses on the environment-friendly aspects of Renzo Piano's addition to the Art Institute. Learn how the building maintains a balance between sustainable design, aesthetics, and strictly...
Video: The Modern Wing and Green Design (El ala Modern Wing y el Diseño Sostenible)
Jitish Kallat and curator Madhuvanti Ghose discuss the first major presentation in an American museum of the contemporary Indian artist's work, a site-specific installation that calls attention to...
Video: Jitish Kallat’s <em>Public Notice 3</em>
Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexican, born 1968) will lecture on his ten-year body of work titled Autoconstrucción, or “self-construction”. His work primarily consists of sculpture and...
Video: Lecture by Abraham Cruzvillegas
Artist Michael Rakowitz (born 1973) produces conceptual works that are charged with geopolitical narratives and the history of his own Iraqi Jewish heritage. Intended to incite conversation and...
Video: Lecture by Michael Rakowitz
The Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s collaborative, music-based, marathon performances use “endurance at a level of sheer ecstasy.” Often repeating songs for melodramatic effect, he has directed...
Video: Lecture by Ragnar Kjartansson
Austen Barron Bailly, Peabody Essex Museum, considers the shifting approaches of history and art history to African Americans in Benton’s work and in American society. Sponsored by the Terra...
Video: Lecture—Cotton Picking, American Art, and Thomas Hart Benton
California-based artist, publisher, and antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont (born 1962) will give a lecture entitled “Being and Power, or strategies for an alternative practice.” Often characterized...
Video: Lecture by Ben Kinmont
The choreographer and movement artist Simone Forti (Italian-American, born 1935) favors physical movements of the pedestrian and everyday over the stylized, virtuosic, and dramatic. Considered a key...
Video: Simone Forti—A Life in Art
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