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African American sculptor Marion Perkins lived and worked in Chicago after moving there from Arkansas in 1916. Initially self taught, he had some training through the South Side Community Arts Center...
Turning the Pages: Marion Perkins (American, 1908-1961), <em>Sketchbook (Regent)</em>, by 1961
Roslyn Walker, Dallas Museum of Art, examined the stunning work of Yoruba
carver Olowe of Ise (c. 1875-193) and his contemporaries.
Audio Lecture: Tradition and Innovation—Artist Olowe of Ise
Painstakingly restored, three relief panels from the left wing of the Gates of Paradise and sections of the door's frieze...
Audio Lecture: The Gates of Paradise: Art and Innovation
The exhibition Jasper Johns: Gray examines for the first time this acclaimed and influential artist's use of the color gray in paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings from 1955 to the...
Audio Lecture: Jasper Johns--In the Gray Zone between What Can and Cannot Be Measured
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

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