For the series, Art History 201, “Anna Stothart, Brown Foundation Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, engages in conversation with nationally-known artists about their work and its role in the greater context of the history of art.” For their March talk, Anna spoke with Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Cain. Cain “creates paintings and installations that create a dialogue with the history of painting, preconceptions of femininity, and the legacy of abstraction. Her work, love seat (2015), is featured in the galleries.” Quotes from the San Antonio Museum of Art website.
On February 14, 2016, Art This Week filmed the art talk on Corita Kent by Dr. Susan Dackerman held at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Dr. Dackerman’s discussion on Corita Kent focuses on her fascinating life and art, including her Pop art influences, her time with the Catholic church, her printmaking and her use of pop-culture references. This art talk coincided with the exhibition, Corita Kent and the Language of Pop organized by the Harvard Art Museum and on view at the San Antonio Museum of Art from February 13-May 8, 2016.
This lecture is made possible by generous support from the Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner lecture fund.
A very big thank you to Susan Dackerman and the San Antonio Museum of Art for allowing us to film the talk and post to Art This Week. Also thank you to the San Antonio Museum of Art for their help on this production.
A very big thank you to the Corita Art Center in Los Angeles California for allowing us to use images of Corita and images of her work.
At the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth FOCUS: Glenn Kaino
Glenn Kaino interview
Episode 275-March 31, 2016
This week, we visit the The Modern and our interviewer, K. Yoland, speaks with artist, Glenn Kaino, about his work in the exhibition, FOCUS: Glenn Kaino. The exhibition is on view at the museum through April 17, 2016.