The Modern Art Notes Podcast (art)

Episode No. 283 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Liz Glynn and Nina Chanel Abney.

Glynn's "Open House" is on view now in Doris C. Freedman Plaza in New York's Central Park. It was commissioned by the Public Art Fund and will remain through September 24. The work takes as its jumping off point Freedman Plaza's unusual site, the place where democratic Central Park meets corporate midtown meets the aristocratic Upper East Side. Glynn's sculpture highlights the class distinctions that separate the park from the city by referencing a Fifth Avenue interior designed by Gilded Age architect Stanford White. The exhibition was curated by Daniel S. Palmer.

Glynn's work routinely engages history and the way both it and historical objects are considered in the present day. Her work has been presented or exhibited at MOCA in Los Angeles, the New Museum in New York, the deCordova Sculpture Park in Concord, Mass., the Petit Palais in Paris, LACMA, and more. This fall, MASS MoCA will present Glynn's "The Archaeology of Another Possible Future" in the museum's Building Five.

On the second segment, Nina Chanel Abney discusses her work on the occasion of a 10-year survey of her work titled "Nina Chanel Abney: Royal Flush." The exhibition is at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University through July 16, when it will travel to the Chicago Cultural Center and then to Los Angeles, where it will be jointly presented by the Institute of Contemporary Art -- the institution formerly known as the Santa Monica Museum of Art -- and the California African American Museum. 

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Episode No. 282 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Diane Waggoner and curator Katy Rothkopf.

Waggoner is the curator of "East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography." For several decades, the story of America's nineteenth-century photographic history has mostly run through the West. Waggoner's exhibition instead looks at how photographers looked at the region between the Mississippi River and the Atlantic Ocean. The exhibition features 175 nineteenth-century photographs, including daguerreotypes, salted paper prints, albumen prints, stereographic prints and even paintings. It's on view at the National Gallery of Art through July 16, when it will travel to the New Orleans Museum of Art. 

On the second segment, Baltimore Museum of Art curator Katy Rothkopf discusses Richard Diebenkorn's 1964 visit to the Soviet Union in the context of "Matisse/Diebenkorn." The exhibition, which Rothkopf co-curated with San Francisco Museum of Modern Art curator Janet Bishop, is on view at SFMOMA through May 29. Bishop discussed "Matisse/Diebenkorn" on Episode No. 266.

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Episode No. 281 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast considers federal arts and humanities funding with Los Angeles Times art critic Christopher Knight and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation executive vice president for programs and research Mariët Westermann.

The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities make up eight one-thousandths of one percent of the federal budget. Still, in the name of austerity, the Trump White House has targeted the endowments, the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for elimination in its first budget. The endowments each received $148 million in appropriations in the federal government's most recent fiscal year, while the IMLS received $230 million and CPB $445 million. Meanwhile, the Trump budget asks for a 10 percent increase in defense spending, a single-year bump of $54 billion -- or 365 times the NEA or NEH's total annual appropriation.

No American art or arts critic has written more about the role of federal arts and humanities funding and especially the national endowments over more years than Christopher Knight. He has been the art critic of the Los Angeles Times since 1989. He is a three-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and received the Frank Jewett Mather Award for Distinction in Art Criticism from the College Art Association in 1997. 

On the second segment, Mellon foundation VP Mariët Westermann discusses federal arts and humanities funding from a funder's perspective. Prior to joining Mellon in 2010, was the provost and chief academic officer of New York University Abu Dhabi; director of NYU's Institute of Fine Arts; associate director of research at the Clark Art Institute, and an associate professor at Rutgers University. As a historian of Netherlandish art, Westermann has written books on Jan Steen, Rembrandt, Vermeer and more.

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Episode No. 280 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Simon Kelly and Gail Stavitsky.

Along with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's Esther Bell, Kelly is the co-curator of "Degas, Impressionism & the Paris Millinery Trade." The exhibition melds the social history of modernizing 19th-century Paris with the ways in which painters, especially Edgar Degas, captured one the city's boomingest industries, the manufacturing and selling of hats, an industry that was a gateway into the city, employment and the bourgeoisie for tens of thousands of French women. The exhibition is at the Saint Louis Art Museum through May 7, when it will travel to San Francisco's Legion of Honor. The exhibition's superb catalogue was published by the two museums and DelMonico Prestel.

On the second segment, Gail Stavitsky discusses "Matisse and American Art," her new exhibition on the impact Matisse's work has had on American artists. The show, which features 65 paintings, sculptures, prints and archival objects is on view at New Jersey's Montclair Art Museum through June 18. Stavitsky curated the show with assistance from John Cauman and Lisa Mintz Messinger. The exhibition catalogue was published by the museum.

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Episode No. 279 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Dara Birnbaum and curator Julie J. Thomson.

Dara Birnbaum is included in "Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media," at the J. Paul Getty Museum. The exhibition examines how artists have used newspapers, magazines and televised news programs to consider media, news and the messages included therein. The exhibition was curated by Arpad Kovacs and will be on view through April 30.

Birnbaum is among the pioneers of video art. Her work often includes pointedly feminist critiques of mass media, including of entertainment and journalism. Retrospectives of her work include "The Dark Matter of Media Light" at SMAK, the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst in Ghent, Belgium, and at the Serralves Foundation in Porto, Portugal, and "Dara Birnbaum Retrospective exhibition" at the Kunsthalle Wien in Austria and at the Norrtalje Konsthall in Sweden.

On the second segment, Julie J. Thomson discusses "Begin to See: The Photographers of Black Mountain College." The exhibition surveys photography made at Black Mountain College, including landscapes, documentary work (including of performance), experiments with the medium and more. The exhibition is at the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center in Asheville, North Carolina through May 20. 

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On March 12, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles opens "Kerry James Marshall: Mastry," the artist's first retrospective. Marshall is one of the most significant chronicler's of the American experience, especially the African-American experience. For 35 years he has worked to add black people and black culture to a Western art historical canon that is mostly built of white faces and stories. The exhibition was curated by Dieter Roelstraete, Helen Molesworth and Ian Alteveer. The exhibition catalogue was published by Skira Rizzoli.

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Episode No. 276 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features historian and author Jane Kamensky and curator Anne Ellegood.

Kamensky is the author of "A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley." The book is a new biography that places one of early America's best and most important artists within the context of the political and revolutionary events of his time -- and details how Copley and his family were actors in them. Amazon offers it for $20 in hardcover and at $16 for Kindle.

Kamensky is a professor of history at Harvard University and the director of the Schlesinger Library. She is a historian of early America and the Atlantic world.

On the second segment, Hammer Museum curator Anne Ellegood discusses her new exhibition "Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World." Ellegood's retrospective is the first major Durham show in the United States in over 20 years. 

Durham came to prominence as an artist in New York City in the 1980s. His work has consistently addressed questions of identity, colonialism and the inseparability of identity from politics in the United States. The exhibition is on view at the Hammer through May 7, when it will travel to the Walker, the Whitney and to the Remai Modern in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The show's thorough catalogue was published by DelMonico Prestel.

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Medardo Rosso

Episode No. 275 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Sharon Hecker and Tamara Schenkenberg and was taped live at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis.

Hecker and Schenkenberg are the co-curators of "Medardo Rosso: Experiments in Light and Form," which is at the Pulitzer through May 13. The exhibition is the first broad survey of Rosso's work in an American museum in over fifty years. (In 2014-15 the Center for Italian Modern Art in New York presented this Rosso installation.) It features nearly 100 works, including sculptures, drawings and photographs. The exhibition's catalogue is available for free from the Pulitzer for a $7 PayPal-administered shipping charge.

Rosso is an Italian artist who spent much of his career in France. His sculptures of heads and figures in wax, plaster, and bronze are key pivots between an era of monumental bronze sculpture, realist and impressionist sculpture and ultimately modern art.

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Episode No. 274 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Sarah Oppenheimer and Richard Misrach.

This weekend the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University in Columbus debuts "Sarah Oppenheimer: S-337473," an exhibition of a newly commissioned work developed  for the Wexner's Peter Eisenman-designed building. Oppenheimer created her new work as a two-year-long Wexner Center Artist Residency Award recipient, during which she collaborated with OSU's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to develop a patent-pending pivot mechanism that allows this new work to rotate at a 45-degree angle. The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 4 and will be on view through April 16. As soon as images of the new work are available, probably on or around February 7, we'll add them to this post.

Sarah Oppenheimer is an artist who creates installations that engage with both architecture and space. She's previously made work for the Perez Art Museum Miami (on view through April 30), the Kunsthaus Basel, the Rice University Art Gallery, the Queens Museum, and the Saint Louis Art Museum. A project she is developing for Mass MoCA will debut in 2019. Oppenheimer has also created a permanent installation at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Multiple views of all her installations are on her website.

On the second segment, the re-airing of a 2016 segment with Richard Misrach on his "Border Cantos," a book and exhibition on which he has collaborated with Mexican composer and performer Guillermo Galindo. Since 2004, and especially since 2009, Misrach has been making pictures along the 2,000-mile-long United States border with Mexico, the latest investigation of American deserts that make up what Misrach calls his Desert Cantos series. As Misrach traveled the borderlands, he accumulated discarded objects such as water bottles, backpacks, clothing and shotgun shells and turned them over to Galindo, who made that material into instruments and who then performed on them. The book, "Border Cantos," is out from Aperture; Amazon offers it $45, a forty percent discount.

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Tony Oursler, American Art during WWI

The Museum of Modern Art is showing Tony Oursler's Imponderable (2015-16), a 90-minute film shown in an immersive, so-called "5-D" environment, as well as archival material related to the film from Oursler's own collection. The film mines Ourlser's interest in experiments in technological advancement that didn't quite work out and occult phenomena to offer a kind of alternative history of modernism. The film is richly informed by Oursler's own life history. His grandfather was Charles Fulton Oursler, a journalist and author who teamed up with Harry Houdini to campaign against fraudulent mediumship. The exhibition was curated by MoMA's Stuart Comer and Erica Papernik-Shimizu. Imponderable is at MoMA through April 16.

Oursler is a multimedia and installation artist whose work often examines and uses new technologies to explore topics such as facial recognition, paranormal phenomena and the relationship between multiple personality disorder and mass media.

On the second segment, historian and curator Anne Classen Knutson discusses "World War I and American Art," which is at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts through April 9. The exhibition looks at how American artists responded to and engaged with the war, both in Europe and in the United States. Knutson co-curated the show with Robert Cozzolino and David Lubin. 

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Artist Stanley Whitney.

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Francis Picabia, John McLaughlin

"Francis Picabia" co-curator Anne Umland, "John McLaughlin" curator Stephanie Barron.

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MAN Podcast host Tyler Green's 2016 top ten list, curator Paul Martineau on Minor White.

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Holiday clips: The Le Nain

Curator and historian C.D. Dickerson.

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Pipilotti Rist, Mark Speltz

Artist Pipilotti Rist and historian and "North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South" author Mark Speltz.

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Matisse/Diebenkorn, Klimt's Portraits

SFMOMA curator Janet Bishop, art historian Jill Lloyd.

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Early Monet, Picasso's Drawings

Curators George Shackelford, David Breslin.

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Thanksgiving clips: Richard Misrach

Artist Richard Misrach

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Eduardo Basualdo

Artist Eduardo Basualdo, recorded live at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

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Edgar Degas, Richard Serra's "Shift"

Historian and curator Henri Loyrette, documentary filmmaker Simone Estrin.

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Artist Michael Dean and curator Kaylin Weber.

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Valentin de Boulogne, early Agnes Martin

Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Keith Christiansen, author Christina Bryan Rosenberger

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Hélio Oiticica, Lexington Camera Club

Curators Lynn Zelevansky and Brian Sholis

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Artist Anthony Hernandez (retrospective now at SFMOMA), "Real/Ideal: Photography in France, 1847-1860" curator Karen Hellman.

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Xaviera  Simmons

Artist Xaviera Simmons, recorded live at the Nasher Museum at Duke University. 

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Julie Mehretu

Artist Julie Mehretu. 

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Hamish Fulton

Artist Hamish Fulton, recorded live at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

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On the della Robbia, Sebastian Smee

"Della Robbia" curator Marietta Cambareri; "The Art of Rivalry" author Sebastian Smee.

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Labor Day clips

Artist Betye Saar.

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The Podcasters

Podcast hosts James Cuno, Brian Alfred, Eric Marth.

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On Hubert Robert, Vigée Le Brun

Curators Yuriko Jackall, Katharine Baetjer.

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Artists Rebecca Morris (Hammer Museum's  'Made in L.A.') and Roy Dowell  (from the 2012 version of MinLA). 

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"Unruly Nature: The Landscapes of Théodore Rousseau" curator Scott Allan, curator Simon Kelly.

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Rafa Esparza, William Pope.L

Hammer Museum "Made in LA"  artist Rafa Esparza, artist William Pope.L

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Victoria Sambunaris, Veronica Roberts

Artist Victoria Sambunaris, 'Hesse/LeWitt' curator Veronica Roberts. 

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On Bruce Conner

Curator Gary Garrels and author Anastasia Aukeman.

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Aperture magazine guest editor Sarah Lewis, curator MaLin Wilson-Powell

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Fourth of July clips

Artist Katharina Grosse.

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Matthew Ronay, Arlene Shechet

Artists Matthew Ronay and Arlene Shechet.

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On Martin Wong, Thylias Moss

Curator Antonio Sergio Bessa, artist and poet Thylias Moss

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Joel Shapiro, Linn Meyers

Artists Joel Shapiro, Linn Meyers.

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On the brothers Le Nain, Zina Saro-Wiwa

Curator C.D. Dickerson III, artist Zina Saro-Wiwa. 

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Memorial Day weekend clips

Curator Ruth Fine.

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Richard Misrach, Alexis Belis

Artist Richard Misrach and curator Alexis Belis.

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Penelope Umbrico, Vincent Fecteau

Artists Penelope Umbrico, Vincent Fecteau

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Kerry James Marshall, Katy Grannan

Artists Kerry James Marshall, Katy Grannan (late-breaking bonus segment!)

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On Degas, Daubigny

Curators Jodi Hauptman, Lynne Ambrosini.

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On Robert Mapplethorpe

Art historian Frances Terpak, artist Catherine Opie

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Frank Stella

Artist Frank Stella.

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Robert Irwin (corrected)

Artist Robert Irwin. (Corrected audio issue that was experienced by some users.)

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Louise Fishman, Luuk Hoogstede

Artist Louise Fishman, conservator Luuk Hoogstede. 

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Easter clips

Artist Marilyn Minter

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Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun

Curator Katharine Baetjer and author Nancy Princenthal.

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Robert Adams

Artist Robert Adams.

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Wolfgang Staehle, Kristine McKenna

Artist Wolfgang Staehle, writer Kristine McKenna

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On Black Mountain College, Frederic Church

Curator Helen Molesworth, art historian Jennifer Raab.

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Edward Burtynsky

Artist Edward Burtynsky

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Orazio Gentileschi's Danae

Curator and historian Judith Mann, artist Hito Steyerl

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Remembering Ellsworth Kelly

Curators Diane Waldman and Toby Kamps, art historian Yve-Alain Bois and critic Roberta Smith

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On Jackson Pollock, Joyce Pensato

Curator Gavin Delahunty, artist Joyce Pensato.

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Holiday clips: Phyllida Barlow

Artist Phyllida Barlow, CBE, recorded live at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas.

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Holiday clips: Catherine Opie

Artist Catherine Opie from May, 2015.

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Frances Stark, 2015 top ten list

Artist Frances Stark, host Tyler Green's 2015 top ten list

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On Norman Lewis, Larry Sultan

Curators Ruth Fine, Rebecca Morse.

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The Lake Tahoe region in art

Curator Ann M. Wolfe, artists Michael Light and Mark Klett.

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Thanksgiving Clips: Barbara Kruger

Artist Barbara Kruger

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Eija-Liisa Ahtila, on Paul Feeley

Artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila and curator Tyler Cann

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Odili Donald Odita, on Joaquin Torres-Garcia

Artist Odili Donald Odita, curator Luis Pérez-Oramas

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On Gustave Caillebotte, on Franz Kline

Curator George Shackelford, conservator Zahira Véliz-Bomford.

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On class distinctions in Dutch Golden Age art, conserving 1915 World's Fair murals

Curator Ronni Baer, conservator Tricia O'Regan.

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On Art in Weimar Germany

Curators Stephanie Barron (LACMA) and Olaf Peters (Neue Galerie)

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On Alberto Burri, Gowanus Open Studios

Curator/historian Emily Braun, arts administrator Abby Subak.

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Howardena Pindell, #RenoirSucks

Artist Howardena Pindell, organizer Max Geller

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Alexander Gardner, Jillian Steinhauer

Curator/historian David C. Ward, critic Jillian Steinhauer. 

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Zina Saro-Wiwa

Artist Zina Saro-Wiwa

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Mark Rothko in Houston, Melvin Edwards

Curator Alison de Lima Greene, artist Melvin Edwards

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Curators Ann Temkin and Anne Umland, curator Tamara Schenkenberg.

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Nato Thompson, Richard Misrach

Author Nato Thompson, artist Richard Misrach

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Nancy Princenthal, David Maisel

Agnes Martin biographer Nancy Princenthal, artist David Maisel.

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Summer clips: Liz Deschenes

Artist Liz Deschenes

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Mark Bradford, Sarah Oppenheimer

Artists Mark Bradford, Sarah Oppenheimer

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Arlene Shechet, Mari Carmen Ramirez

Artist Arlene Shechet and curator Mari Carmen Ramirez.

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Arthur Wheelock

'Joachim Wtewael' co-curator Arthur Wheelock. 

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Lynette Roth on Max Beckmann

Art historian Lynette Roth.

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Fourth of July clips

'Bingham's Rivers' curator Nenette Luarca-Shoaf.

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Yael Lipschutz, Anne-Lise Desmas

'Noah Purifoy' co-curator yael Lipschutz, curator Anne-Lise Desmas.

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Hubbard / Birchler, Audrey Lewis

Artists Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler; curator Audrey Lewis

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Phyllida Barlow

Artist Phyllida Barlow, taped live at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas.

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Catherine Opie

Artist Catherine Opie

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Artist Charles Ray, author Ben Davis

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Critic Christopher Knight, LACMA director Michael Govan, Hauser, Wirth & Schimmel partner Paul Schimmel; artist Mariam Ghani

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Marilyn Minter, Constance Lewallen

Artist Marilyn Minter, art historian Constance Lewallen

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Liz Larner, Tamara Schenkenberg

Artist Liz Larner, curator Tamara Schenkenberg

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Spanish colonial painting

Historian Luisa Elena Alcala, curator Ilona Katzew

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William Pope.L, Miles Orvell

Artist William Pope.L, historian Miles Orvell

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Easter clips: Hans Haacke

Artist Hans Haacke

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On Barnett Newman and Salvator Rosa

Curators Michelle White and Hannah Segrave

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Gabriel Ritter and Yasufumi Nakamori

Curators Gabriel Ritter and Yasufumi Nakamori

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Robert Barry, James Merle Thomas

Artist Robert Barry, curator James Merle Thomas

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No. 173: Mel Chin

Artist Mel Chin. 

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