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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
Dawoud Bey presents photographs from his recent book Class Pictures: Portraits of American Teenagers and discusses his work with David Travis, chair of the Department of Photography.
Audio Lecture: Dawoud Bey
Franklin Kelly is the senior curator of American and British paining at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Hear Kelly provide the keynote lecture on opening night of the exhibitions...
Audio Lecture: Transforming Reality: The Artistic Vision of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper
Mardges Bacon, Northeastern University, traces Le Corbusier's experiences within the culture of Chicago of the 1930s.
Audio Lecture: Le Corbusier in Chicago
As part of our American Perspectives season, distinguished literary scholar and Stanford professor Arnold Rampersad explores the relation ship between jazz and the work of Langston Hughes and Ralph...
Audio Lecture: Arnold Rampersad on Ralph Ellison
Ellen Roberts, assistant curator of American art, provides an in-depth "sneak preview" of the exhibition Edward Hopper and...
Audio Lecture: Edward Hopper
Marjorie Perloff, renowned literary critic and professor of humanities at Stanford University, examines the interrelation between the works of Jasper Johns, poet Frank O'Hara, and composer John Cage.
Audio Lecture: Avoid a Polar Situation: Johns, Cage, and O'Hara in the Sixties
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
Sam Stephenson, media historian, sheds new light on Thelonious Monk's famous Town Hall Concert through newly available film and audio clips by W. Eugene Smith, one of Time-Life's greatest...
Audio Lecture: Jazz Connection: Revisiting Thelonious Monk's Town Hall Concert
Hungarian-born Sari Dienes (1898-1992) had an extensive career, producing some of her most significant work between 1950 and 1954. Recent School of the Art Institute Chicago graduate Kate Zeller...
Audio Lecture: Making Her Mark—Sari Dienes and the Artist's Trace in the 1950s New York
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