Aug 26, 2019
Louise Bourgeois worked in a variety of diverse media throughout her 8 decades-long career. Her evocative, provocative themes dance between her personal experience with trauma to desire, abjection, gender and the body. Join our hosts on this feisty conversation surrounding Bourgeois' art and its impact.
Aug 19, 2019
In a moment of prophetic brilliance, Andy Warhol said everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes. However, his fame has endured millions of minutes beyond those 15 with no sign of fading. Join our hosts as they explain why--outlining his art, his process, his persona and his themes of consumerism, celebrity and tragedy.
Aug 12, 2019
Contemporary artist Olafur Eliasson uses light and space in the way traditional painters use pigment and canvas. The public space becomes his painterly surface and nontraditional materials, ranging from water, fans, air currents, color dye, fog, ice and moss, become his tools for mark-making. Join our hosts as...
Aug 5, 2019
The most respected Italian Renaissance historian, Giorgio Vasari, cited Giotto di Bondone as the absolute first Renaissance artist. Join our hosts as they unravel this statement and explore what the Italian Renaissance is, in what way Giotto's art epitomizes its style and how Humanism changed art forever.