Dec 19, 2018
1960s street photographer Diane Arbus was deemed the "photographer of freaks" for her interest in people often seen as existing on the fringes of society. Join our hosts as they outline her most iconic images and disentangle whether her work is exploitative or sincere homage.
Dec 12, 2018
Robert Rauschenberg's conceptual work and assemblage art which he called Combines ushered an innovative wave for art in the intra-years between Abstract Expressionism and Pop. Join our hosts as they debate the merits of Rauschenberg's contributions.
Dec 10, 2018
In November 2018, legendary artist Ron English bought a Banksy at auction claiming he will whitewash the work in protest of the way street art has been monetized. Join our hosts as they discuss this stunt and critically analyze its implications.
Dec 4, 2018
The 1950s American art movement, Abstract Expressionism, was a hyper-masculine era both in its aesthetic but also in its cast of characters. However, there were a handful of resilient and fiercely talented women who endured the obstacles despite. Join our hosts as they dissect the stories and mark making of Lee Krasner...
Nov 29, 2018
With their graphic intensity, figural distortion and raw sexual charge, Egon Schiele's portraits and self-portraits re-established conventional notions of beauty. Join our hosts as they discuss this 20th century Austrian master.