Sep 30, 2018
The tenor of the times feels increasingly dark. Politics in particular have been dividing us with tenacious vigor, leaving many feeling sensitized and shattered. Art--making and consuming--can be an inroad through this trauma. Join our hosts as they discuss powerful art that was made to heal.
Sep 26, 2018
When consuming art, context matters. From a
gallery to the streets to the Metropolitan Museum to the mall--the
location that contains the art ends up shaping the way in which
viewers understand that work and its importance. Join our hosts as
they discuss this significant intersection between art and
Sep 24, 2018
Garry Winogrand's photography--raw, slashing, energized and personal--perfectly echoes the tenor of the 1960s. Join our hosts as they discuss his work and share an exclusive story that potentially puts a debate surrounding Winogrand's methods to bed.
Sep 19, 2018
The Mona Lisa is the most iconic image in Western art. But, why? And what's so interesting about portraits as a genre and how can we grapple with what they reveal about the sitter, the artist and us viewing them? Join our hosts as they dissect several significant examples of some of the most significant and exciting...
Sep 17, 2018
Contemporary artist Annie Preece has a style that is all her own: nostalgic, subversive, humorous and outrageous. Join our hosts as they discuss her work, her life and exclusive moments from her time on BUA's T.V. show, Street Art Throwdown.