Nov 14, 2018
In the years following the Civil War in the United States, there was a schism in art between painters who were dazzled by the allure of Europe and those who embodied a fierce American chauvinism. Painters in the latter camp, notably the great genius Winslow Homer, made work that was dedicated to realism and tethered...
Nov 8, 2018
In this special episode, the host becomes the subject. Listen in as BUA discusses his art and life in more revealing, honest and poignant ways than ever before.
Nov 5, 2018
From Ancient Rome to the Renaissance to the renegade world of the street, artists have always aligned their work with their political beliefs. Join our hosts as they examine the ways in which artists use their work as a vehicle for the activism.
Oct 31, 2018
We've all seen thousands of people post photos in Yayoi Kusama's immersive installation, Infinity Mirror Room, now join our hosts as they deep dive into the artist's provocative and brilliant career.
Oct 29, 2018
During his short but prolific career, Keith Haring forged an urban aesthetic that changed street art forever. Join our hosts as they discuss Haring's impact, his life and his iconic hieroglyphic style.