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Art Attack w/ Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA

Feb 24, 2020

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is arguably the most vehemently anti-authoritarian living artist. In his work across media, Ai tackles the tropes of history, surveillance, abuse of power, and what it means to test the limits of freedom. Regarding this last theme, the artist’s work and life have overlapped. Ai, critical...


Feb 18, 2020

In the late 1960s, artists began to expand the parameters of art in exciting ways: what it can look like, what it can be made from, where it can be located. Many took to nature--or took materials from nature--to better integrate the world, and concept of impermanence, into art. Join our hosts as they journey...


Feb 4, 2020

Art is often political--a discerning lens scrutinizing its surroundings--or perhaps satirical, culturally inquisitive or rebellious in nature. Art can also be fantastically romantic. Join our hosts as they share the art that they think is most steeped in seduction.


Jan 27, 2020

"Whistler's Mother" is one of the most recognizable and parodied paintings of all-time. The man who painted it, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, is one of the most significant artists and aesthetic game-changers in American history. Join our hosts as they explore his revelatory paintings, disruptions of tradition and...


Jan 20, 2020

Georgia O'Keeffe is an American icon. Best--and most controversially--known for the series of "flowers" she painted between 1918-1929, O'Keeffe addresses themes of pleasure and place throughout her career: pleasure with and in the female body, but also the pleasure of being ensconced within the United States. Join our...