May 30, 2018
Long established as a cultural curator and contemporary art tastemaker, Roger Gastman is the featured guest on this episode. Join our hosts and Roger as they discuss his most recent exhibition, "Beyond the Streets" in Los Angeles.
May 21, 2018
In 1937, Hitler's Nazi party launched an art exhibition on "degenerate" art to clarify for the German public by defamation and derision exactly what type of modern art was unacceptable to the Reich. Join our hosts as they discuss how Hitler used modernism as political propaganda and the role art served during...
May 16, 2018
The Broad Museum in Los Angeles hosted a landmark exhibition surrounding the work of iconic American artist, Jasper Johns. Best recognized for his works depicting targets and the American flag, Johns is undoubtedly a living legend--but why? Joins our hosts as they unravel the iconography of his art and debate the merit...
May 15, 2018
So many talented artists fall through the mainstream cracks and never get the acclaim they deserve. Joins our hosts as they shine some love on three under appreciated artists they admire: Ralph Steadman, Charles Bragg and Florine Stettheimer.
May 7, 2018
In 1975, critic Tom Wolfe published his benchmark book, The Painted Word, claiming art had moved away from being a visual experience to an illustration of art critics' theories. Join our hosts as they analyze Wolfe's idea and the dealer/gallery system and its players.