Art This Week-Castiglione: Lost Genius. Masterworks on Paper from the Royal Collection

At the Kimbell Art Museum
Castiglione: Lost Genius. Masterworks on Paper from the Royal Collection
Curator Timothy J. Standring interview
Episode 267-December 17, 2015



This week, we visit the Kimbell Art Museum and our interviewer, Aimee Cardoso, speaks with Gates Foundation Curator of Paintings and Sculpture at the
Denver Art Museum, Timothy J. Standring, about the exhibition, Castiglione: Lost Genius. Masterworks on Paper from the Royal Collection. The exhibition is on view at the museum through February 14, 2016. You can find more information on the Royal Collection here.

Notes:
Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Art This Week-Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter’s Eye

At the Kimbell Art Museum
Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter’s Eye
Curators George Shackelford and Mary Morton interviews
Episode 266-December 11, 2015



This week, we visit the Kimbell Art Museum and our interviewer, Aimee Cardoso, speaks with Deputy Director of the Kimbell Art Museum, George Shackelford, and curator of French painting at the National Gallery of Art, Mary Morton, about the exhibition, Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter’s Eye. The exhibition is on view at the museum through February 14, 2016.

Notes:
Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Art This Week-Ellsworth Kelly Symposium-Blanton Museum of Art

On October 31, 2015, Art This Week filmed the symposium on Ellsworth Kelly held at the Blanton Museum of Art. The panel gathered for the groundbreaking of Kelly’s Austin. “The 2,715-square-foot stone structure — the only building ever designed by Kelly — will include luminous colored glass windows, a totemic wood sculpture, and 14 black-and-white stone panels in marble, all designed by the artist. The work will be built on the Blanton’s grounds and, once realized, will become part of the museum’s permanent collection.” (quote from the Blanton’s website)
Part 1-Ellsworth Kelly

In part 1, the panel discusses the life and work of Ellsworth Kelly. This enthusiastic and lively panel discussion consisted of:
Richard Schiff, The Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art at the University of Texas at Austin. Tricia Y. Paik, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Carter Foster, The Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawing at The Whitney Museum of American Art. Gavin Delahunty, The Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art.
With Veronica Roberts, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum of Art moderating and opening remarks by Simone Wicha, the Blanton Museum of Art’s Director.
Part 2-Austin

In Part 2, the panel discusses the history of Kelly’s building Austin that will sit on the grounds of the Blanton.
Part 3-Questions

In Part 3, the panel takes audience questions.

For more information:
UTNews: Blanton Museum of Art Announces Groundbreaking for Ellsworth Kelly’s “Austin” and Organizes Symposium with Leading Kelly Scholars
Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin Newsletter with information on the building and the artist

Notes:
A very big thank you to the entire panel and the Blanton Museum of Art for allowing us to film the discussion and post to Art This Week. Also thank you to the Blanton Museum of Art for their help on this production.
Panel funding provided by the MK Hage Centennial Visiting Professorship
Blanton Museum of Art
200 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Austin, TX 78712

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Art This Week-Miró: The Experience of Seeing

At the McNay Art Museum
Miró: The Experience of Seeing
Curator Carmen Fernández Aparicio interview
Episode 265-November 25, 2015



This week, we visit the McNay Art Museum and our interviewer, Lea Thompson, speaks with Chief Curator of Sculpture at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Carmen Fernández Aparicio, about the exhibition, Miró: The Experience of Seeing. The exhibitions was conceived by Chief Curator of Sculpture Carmen Fernández Aparicio and Chief Curator of Paintings Belén Galán Martín, under the guidance of Rosario Peiró, Chief Curator of the permanent collection at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition is on view at the museum through January 10, 2016.

Notes:
Update (12/2/2015): For a version of this video with subtitles in Spanish, click here.
McNay Art Museum
6000 N New Braunfels Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78209

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Art This Week-Roman Vishniac Rediscovered

At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Roman Vishniac Rediscovered
Curator Allison Pappas interview
Episode 264-November 12, 2015



This week, we visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and our interviewer, K. Yoland, speaks with curator, Allison Pappas, about the exhibition, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered. You can view and search Roman Vishniac’s photographic archive at the International Center of Photography‘s great website, here. The exhibition is on view at the museum through January 03, 2016.

Notes:
Museum of Fine Arts,, Houston
1001 Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005

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Art This Week-The Other Mexico, Part 3-Texas Contemporary art fair

At the Texas Contemporary art fair
The Other Mexico, Part 3
Brett Schultz, Homero Fernández and Melissa Vargas Interviews
Episode 263-November 4, 2015



For a special series, Art This Week spent time in Houston at the Texas Contemporary art fair. We interviewed several of the galleries based in Mexico City that came to the fair as a part of the their project, The Other Mexico.
In part 3 of our series, our interviewer, Estíbaliz García, speaks with Brett Schultz from Yautepec, Homero Fernández from Parque Galería, and Melissa Vargas from Marso. The Texas Contemporary is now over (October 1-4, 2015), but you can find more information on the fair here.

For more information:
Paper City-The Other Mexico: Texas Art Fair to Open Minds and Shatter Stereotypes With Global Look by Catherine D. Anspon

Notes:
The Texas Contemporary is now over but took place at the George R. Brown Convention Center from October 1-4, 2015

Yautepec
Melchor Ocampo 154-A
Col. San Rafael, Del. Cuauhtemoc
Mexico, D.F. 06470
Mexico

Parque Galería
Puebla 170, Roma Norte
06700, México DF

Marso
Berlín 37, Cuauhtémoc
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico

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