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Lecture: Pleasures of Modernity—Impressionism at the Track

September 23, 2015
Fullerton Hall
$12 members, per lecture

Pleasures of Modernity is a member-exclusive lecture series inspired by the exhibition Degas: At the Track, On the Stage. Led by School of the Art Institute of Chicago lecturer Giovanni Aloi, this three-part series explores the life and paintings of Degas, his troubled relationship with Impressionism, and the places that most inspired his paintings.

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Catch all the Pleasures of Modernity sessions:
October 7   Impressionism on the Stage
October 21   Impressionism in the Bedroom

For additional member programs, please visit the member programs calendar.

Edgar Degas. Scene from the Steeplechase: The Fallen Jockey, 1866, reworked 1880–1881 and about 1897. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon, 1999.79.10.