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Jackson Lears, Board of Governors professor of history at Rutgers University, traces the changing attitudes toward craftsmanship in the 20th-century United States high and popular culture, looking...
Audio Lecture: The 20th-Century Fate of the Craft Ideal
Nancy Levinson, editor of Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm, discussed architecture and urban studies of the late 1960s and early 1970s contemporary to Lewis Baltz' and other...
Audio Lecture: Lewis Baltz and the Postwar American Landscape
This exhibition features works given to the museum last year by Chicago collector Marguerite Michaels. Her holdings represent nearly all of the major print artists active in Japan in the 1960s and...
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Marguerite Michaels Collection: Japanese Prints of the 1960s and 70s
Christina Ramberg is one of the Chicago Imagists who exhibited in the 1960's and 1970's. Her notebook contains fragments and sketches of costumes and clothing that are referenced in her drawings and...
Turning the Pages: Christina Ramberg (1946–1995), Sketchbook, 1977-1982
Langdon Hammer, professor at Yale University, draws on his recent book, Hart Crane: Complete Poems and Selected Letters, to highlight the aspects of Crane's life and work that have served as...
Audio Lecture: Lost at Sea: Jasper Johns and Hart Crane
On opening day of the Art Institute exhibition So the Story Goes, our audiences were treated to a lecture by photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Hear diCorcia discuss his many and varied...
Audio Lecture: Artist's Talk by Philip-Lorca Dicorcia
Katherine Bussard discusses how photography has been both an inspiration and a source of discovery for this seminal Pop and Conceptual artist.
Audio Lecture: Ed Ruscha and Photography
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
For more than 30 years, Richard Misrach has produced beautiful photographs of terrible subjects, focusing on man's often disastrous effect on the earth. Hear the artist discuss On the Beach...
Audio Lecture: Richard Misrach
Ian Wallace is one of the pioneering forces behind Vancouver's conceptual art scene. Wallace taught art history at the University of British Columbia, Jeff Wall's alma mater, and the Vancouver School...
Audio Lecture: Ian Wallace Lecture on Jeff Wall
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