The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
Episode No. 415 features artist Lari Pittman.
The Hammer Museum recently debuted "Lari Pittman: Declaration of Independence," a retrospective of Pittman's nearly forty-year career. The exhibition reveals Pittman's engagements with America's history and with issues and subjects that have been core to our history and identity, including landscape, violence, citizenship, belonging and more. The exhibition was curated by Hammer chief curator Connie Butler. It is on view through January 5, 2020.
Episode No. 414 features curators Scott Allan and Emily A. Beeny and artist Xiaoze Xie.
Along with Gloria Groom, Allen and Beeny are the co-curators of "Manet and Modern Beauty" at the J. Paul Getty Museum through January 12, 2020. It examines work Manet made near the end of his short life.
Xie discusses his work on the occasion of "Xiaoze Xie: Objects of Evidence" at the Asia Society in New York. The exhibition, which was curated by Michelle Yun, is on view through January 5, 2020.
Episode No. 413 features artist Tiffany Chung and art historian Gary Tinterow.
Chung is featured in "Unquiet Harmony: The Subject of Displacement" at the Sheldon Museum of Art. The exhibition spotlights how Carlos Alfonzo, SUPERFLEX and Chung have examined issues surrounding migration. It's on view through December 31. This episode was taped live at the Sheldon.
On the second segment, MFAH director Gary Tinterow discusses Delacroix's Women of Algiers in Their Apartment, new to the MFAH.
Episode No. 412 features artist LaToya Ruby Frazier.
The Renaissance Society in Chicago is showing "LaToya Ruby Frazier: The Last Cruze." The exhibition features a new body of work that focuses on the United Auto Workers members at General Motors's Lordstown, Ohio plant. The facility, which had produced automobiles for over 50 years, was recently "unallocated" by GM -- a term-of-art that indicates the plant has been shut down. Until recently it produced the Chevrolet Cruze.
Episode No. 411 features curator Corey Keller and museum director Johanna Burton.
Keller curated "Signs and Wonders: The Photographs of John Beaslsey Greene," at SFMOMA through January 5. Greene, an American who was raised in France, learned photography from Gustave Le Gray and took it to archaeology, melding the two fields when each was in its infancy.
On the second segment. Wexner Center for the Arts director Johanna Burton discusses "Out of Bounds: The Collected Writings of Marcia Tucker."
Episode No. 410 features artist Susan Philipsz and art historian Matthew Simms.
The Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis is showing "Susan Philipsz: Seven Tears," a semi-survey selected and installed in response to the Pulitzer's building and site. The exhibition is on view through February 2, 2020.
On the second segment, art history Matthew Simms discusses "Robert Irwin: Untitled (Dawn to Dusk)," a new book detailing the Chinati Foundation's 1999-2016 Irwin commission of the same title.
Episode No. 409 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Andrew Butterfield and artist Stephanie Syjuco.
Butterfield is the curator of "Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence." The exhibition opens at the NGA on Sept. 15 and continues through Jan. 12, 2020.
Syjuco discusses her work on the occasion of "Stephanie Syjuco: Rogue States," which opens at the CAM St. Louis on Sept. 6. Syjuco is also in "Less is a Bore: Maximalist Art & Design" at the ICA Boston through Sept. 22.
Episode No. 408 is a summer clips episode featuring a previously aired conversation with Stanley Whitney.
The Saint Louis Art Museum will exhibit Whitney's work in "The Shape of Abstraction: Selections from the Ollie Collection," which opens next month. The show presents many of the 81 artworks by black abstractionists that Monique and Ronald Ollie recently gifted to the museum. Whitney is among the artists in the gift. "The Shape of Abstraction" will be on view from September 17 through March 8, 2020.
Episode No. 406 features curator Mia Fineman and artist Barbara Bosworth.
Fineman is the curator of "Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography" at the Met. It surveys how artists have looked at and considered the moon. It's on view through September 22.
The second segment features Barbara Bosworth, whose work is included in "Shooting the Moon: Photographs from the Museum's Collection 50 Years after Apollo 11," at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. It's on view through September 2.
Episode No. 405 features curators Anna O. Marley and Kirk Nickel.
Marley is the curator of "From the Schuykill to the Hudson: Landscapes of the Early American Republic" at PAFA. It wields PAFA's collection to consider Philadelphia as a locus of landscape painting in the early 19th-century. It's on view through December 29.
The second segment features Legion of Honor curator Kirk Nickel discussing three major paintings in "Early Rubens." This segment previously ran, in extended form, in May.
Episode No. 404 features curator Michael A. Brown and choreographer William Forsythe.
Brown is the curator of "Art and Empire: The Golden Age of Spain," at the San Diego Museum of Art. It joins the art of Golden Age Spain with art from Spanish-controlled centers such as Antwerp, and the Spanish imperial lands in the Americas and Philippines. It is on view through Sept. 2.
On the second segment, Forsythe discusses "William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects," which is at the MFA Houston through Sept. 15.
Episode No. 403 features artists Lubaina Himid and Sheila Pepe.
The New Museum is presenting "Lubaina Himid: Work from Underneath" through October 6. It is Himid's first solo museum exhibition in the United States. The exhibition was curated by Natalie Bell.
On the second segment, Sheila Pepe discusses work of hers on view -- 19 in all! -- in "Queer Abstraction" at the Des Moines Art Center. "Queer Abstraction" is on view through September 8. It was curated by Jared Ledesma.
Episode No. 402 features curator and art historian H. Daniel Peck and curator Elizabeth Morrison.
The Thomas Cole NHS in Catskill, NY is presenting "Thomas Cole's Refrain: The Paintings of Catskill Creek." It considers Cole's paintings of Catskill Creek as a series. It was curated by H. Daniel Peck and is on view through Nov. 3.
On the second segment, the Getty Museum's Elizabeth Morrison discusses "Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World," at the Getty through August 18.
Episode No. 401 features artist Leonardo Drew.
The Madison Square Park Conservancy in New York is presenting "Leonardo Drew: City in the Grass." Drew's over 100-foot-long work presents an abstracted cityscape atop a patterned, carpet-recalling panorama. It is on view through December 15. Drew's work is also on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in "Open House: Elliott Hundley," a collection installation that Hundley curated. It's at MOCA through September 16.
Episode No. 400 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features a previously aired conversation between host Tyler Green and Carrie Moyer.
Moyer is included in "Queer Abstraction" at the Des Moines Art Center, a show which looks at how LGBTQ artists have used abstraction to address sexuality and gender. The show, which was curated by Jared Ledesma, is in Iowa through September 8.
Episode No. 399 is a summer clips episode that features curator George Shackelford.
Shackelford is the curator of "Monet: The Late Years", which has just opened at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth. The exhibition includes canvases Monet made at the end of the nineteenth century and in the mid-1900s, but primarily considers the paintings Monet made between 1913 and his death in 1926. The show debuted this past spring at San Francisco's de Young Museum. "Monet" is at the Kimbell through September 15.
Episode No. 398 features artists Harmony Hammond and Anicka Yi.
The Aldrich in Ridgefield, Conn. is showing "Harmony Hammond: Material Witness, Five Decades of Art."
Hammond is also in "Art after Stonewall, 1969-89" at the Grey Art Gallery at NYU and at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, and "Queer Abstraction" at the Des Moines Art Center.
On the second segment, Anicka Yi, whose Le Pain Sympathetique (2014) is on view at MOCA in "The Foundation of the Museum: MOCA's Collection."
Episode No. 397 features curators Janet Bishop and Karl Kusserow.
Bishop is the curator of "David Park: A Retrospective," which is on view at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through September 22.
On the second segment, Princeton University Art Museum curator Karl Kusserow discusses "Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment," an exhibition he co-curated with Alan C. Braddock. It is at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art through September 9.
Episode No. 396 features artist Sheila Hicks.
The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas is presenting "Sheila Hicks: Seize, Weave Space," an exhibition that presents often site-engaged work both inside the Nasher and in its garden. It is on view through August 18.
The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach, Fla. is concurrently presenting "Sheila Hicks: Campo Abierto (Open Field)." It is on view through September 29.
The program was taped before a live audience at the Nasher.
Episode No. 395 features curator Kirk Nickel and artist Alicia McCarthy.
The Legion of Honor in San Francisco is presenting "Early Rubens," an examination of the first phase of Rubens's career. It was curated by National Gallery of Canada director Sasha Suda, and this week's guest, Kirk Nickel of the Legion. It is on view through Sept. 8.
On the second segment, Alicia McCarthy discusses "Alicia McCarthy: No Straight Lines," a commissioned mural at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio.
Episode No. 394 is a holiday weekend clips program featuring John Akomfrah. It was recorded in April, 2018.
The ICA Boston is presenting the U.S. debut of John Akomfrah's Purple, a six-channel video installation that addresses climate change and its effect on human communities, biodiversity and the wilderness. The work is installed at the new ICA Watershed.
The interview was taped on the occasion of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University's presentation of Precarity, (2017-18).
Episode No. 393 features artists Suzanne Lacy and Thomas Nozkowski.
SFMOMA and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts are jointly presenting the retrospective "Suzanne Lacy: We are Here." It explores Lacy's roots in early conceptualism and her emergence as a pioneer of what has become known as social practice. The exhibitions are on view in San Francisco through August 4.
On the second segment, a clip from host Tyler Green's 2013 conversation with painter Thomas Nozkowski, who died last week. He was 75.
Episode No. 392 features artist and curator Julie Ault and curator Linda S. Ferber.
Ault is the curator of "Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror" at MoMA PS1 through June 23. Spero was a pioneering feminist whose work often addressed contemporary events and archetypal representations of women across cultures, all in an attempt to present histories in which women were protagonists.
On the second segment, Linda S. Ferber discusses "The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists" at the National Gallery of Art.
Episode No. 391 looks at art and its relationship to monuments and memorials in the United States and features art historian Sarah Beetham, artist and activist Julia Pulawski and artist Ebony G. Patterson.
Episode No. 390 features critic and author Barry Schwabsky and artist Shara Hughes.
Distributed Art Publishers has just published "Landscape Painting Now: From Pop Abstraction to New Romanticism," a look at how painters from all over the world are addressing landscape in their work. It features more than 80 artists and over 400 artworks.
Schwabsky is art critic for The Nation and the coeditor of international reviews for Artforum, a New York art magazine.
Shara Hughes is a New York-based painter.
Episode No. 389 is a holiday clips episode featuring a previously aired conversation with artist Rachel Whiteread.
After originating at the Tate Britain and traveling to the National Gallery of Art, the retrospective "Rachel Whiteread" is at its final stop, the Saint Louis Art Museum. It is on view through June 9.
Whiteread’s work explores domestic spaces and objects through casting and the presentation of negative space. Her sculptures have given us new ways to look at familiar places and spaces.
Episode No. 388 features artists Sonya Clark and Analia Saban.
The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia is exhibiting "Sonya Clark: Monumental Cloth, The Flag We Should Know" through August 4. The exhibition considers a common dishcloth that was used as the flag of surrender by General Robert E. Lee's Army of the Potomac at Appomattox.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth's latest "Focus" exhibition features Analia Saban. It is on view through May 12.
Episode No. 387 features curator Melissa Ho.
Ho is the curator of "Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-75" at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The exhibition examines how artists responded to the war, and reveals the impact the war had on pushing artists into greater engagement with their world. "Artists Respond" is on view through August 18. The exceptional exhibition catalogue was published by Princeton University Press. Amazon offers it for $45.
Episode No. 386 features curators George Shackelford and Vesela Sretenović.
Shackelford is the curator of "Monet: The Late Years" at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. "Monet" remains on view at the de Young through May 7.
On the second segment, Phillips Collection curator Vesela Sretenović discusses "Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I am an Island)." The exhibition surveys the work Sánchez, a Puerto-Rico based Cuban artist, has made since the 1950s. It is on view at the Phillips through May 19.
Episode No. 385 features curators Frederick Ilchman and John Marciari.
Along with Robert Echols, MFA Boston curator Frederick Ilchman has organized "Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance Venice" at the National Gallery of Art. The exhibition opens on Sunday and will remain on view through July 7.
On the second segment, Morgan Library curator John Marciari discusses "Drawing in Tintoretto's Venice," a survey of roughly 80 drawings by Tintoretto and his Venetian cohorts. It also opens on Sunday.
Episode No. 384 features curators Anne Umland and Esther Gabara.
MoMA is presenting "Joan Miró: Birth of the World." While most of the exhibition comes from MoMA's excellent Miró collection, it is augmented by several key loans. Umland curated the presentation with assistance from Laura Braverman. It is on view through June 15.
On the second segment, Duke University professor Esther Gabara discusses her exhibition "Pop América, 1965-75" at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University through July 2
Episode No. 383 features artist Yinka Shonibare and art historian Bruce Edelstein.
In the first exhibition of its new contemporary series, the Richard M. Driehaus Museum in Chicago is showing "A Tale of Today." It surveys Yinka Shonibare's output. It is on view through September 29.
On the second segment, art historian and curator Bruce Edelstein discusses "Miraculous Encounters: Pontormo from Drawing to Painting" at the J. Paul Getty Museum. It is on view at the Getty through April 28.
Episode No. 382 features artist Allen Ruppersberg and curator Lucinda Barnes.
The Hammer Museum is presenting "Allen Ruppersberg: Intellectual Property, 1968-2018." The retrospective reveals Ruppersberg's pioneering role in the development of conceptual art and how he has advanced his ideas since. It is on view through May 12.
Lucinda Barnes discusses "Hans Hofmann: The Nature of Abstraction," a survey of Hofmann's painting from 1930-66. It's at the Berkeley Art Museum through July 21.
Episode No. 381 features artist Trevor Paglen and curator Nancy Edwards.
MCASD is presenting "Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen." Paglen's work examines the nexus of power, systems, state intelligence and the military, usually in an effort to make the invisible visible. "Paglen" is at MCASD's downtown location through June 2.
On the second segment, Kimbell Art Museum curator Nancy Edwards discusses "The Lure of Dresden: Bellotto at the Court of Saxony," on view through April 28.
Episode No. 380 is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring a previously recorded interview with curator Esther Adler.
With Sarah Kelly Oehler, Adler is the co-curator of "Charles White: A Retrospective" at LACMA. The exhibition is the first major museum full-career survey of White's work in over three decades. It spotlights White's painting, drawing and photographs, and includes archival material especially related to his mural practice. It is on view at LACMA from Feb. 17 through June 9, 2019.
Episode No. 379 features artist Amy Sherald and curator Iria Candela.
The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art is showing "Amy Sherald," an exhibition of recent paintings, through May 18. The exhibition was organized by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and curated by its director, Lisa Melandri.
On the second segment, Met curator Iria Candela discusses "Lucio Fontana: On the Threshold," a retrospective of the Argentine-Italian artist. It's on view at the Met Breuer through April 14.
Episode No. 378 features historian Richard Fletcher and artist Sadie Barnette.
Yale University Press has just published "Cy Twombly: Fifty Days at Iliam," a monograph of Twombly's 1978 paintings series at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Historian Richard Fletcher discusses the book and Twombly's art.
Sadie Barnette discusses "Dear 1968…" on the occasion of an exhibition at MCASD last year. "Phone Home," a show of Barnette's recent work, is on view at MOAD in San Francisco through April 14.
Episode No. 377 features art historians Maxwell Anderson and Kellie Jones. This week's episode spotlights two different approaches to addressing gaps in our understanding of American art history.
First, Souls Grown Deep Foundation president Maxwell Anderson discusses his organization's project.
Then, Kellie Jones, an art history professor at Columbia University, discusses the Getty Research Institute's new African American art history initiative.
Episode No. 376 features artist Robert Pruitt and art historian Maggie Cao.
The California African American Museum is showing "Robert Pruitt: Devotion," a survey of Pruitt's large-scale drawing and sculpture that is installed with art that has informed Pruitt's work. The exhibition was curated by Mar Hollingsworth and will be on view through February 17.
On the second segment, art historian Maggie Cao discusses her book "The End of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century America."
Episode No. 375 features curators Denise Murrell and Keith Davis.
Murrell is the curator of "Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today" at the Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University. It examines the changing modes of representation of the black figure in modern and contemporary art. It is on view through Feb. 10.
Davis is the curator of "Structured Vision: The Photographs of Ralston Crawford" at the Nelson-Atkins in Kansas City. It is on view through April 7.
Episode No. 374 features artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby and curator Laura Fry.
Crosby's work is on view at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in its latest "Focus" show, titled "Njideka Akunyili Crosby | Counterparts." It is on view through January 13. Crosby has also designed a printed mural that is wrapped around MOCA.
On the second segment, Gilcrease Museum curator Laura Fry discusses "Albert Bierstadt: Witness to a Changing West," which is on view through February 10.
Episode No. 373 is a holiday clips episode that features a previously aired conversation with artist Ursula von Rydingsvard.
The program was taped on the occasion of The Fabric Workshop and Museum's presentation of "Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of Feeling," an exhibition of roughly 20 von Rydingsvards mostly made since 2000. The exhibition was curated by Mark Rosenthal.
Episode No. 372 is a holiday clips episode featuring a previously aired conversation with artist Deborah Roberts.
Roberts recently won a 2018 Anonymous Was a Woman grant.
Roberts came onto the program in February, 2018 on the occasion of the Spelman College Museum of Art exhibition "Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi."
Episode No. 371 features artist Kehinde Wiley and curator Alison de Lima Greene.
The Saint Louis Art Museum is presenting "Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis." Wiley's work is also included in "People Get Ready: Building a Contemporary Collection" at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
On the second segment, Museum of Fine Arts Houston curator Alison de Lima Greene discusses "Kindred Spirits: Louise Nevelson & Dorothy Hood."
Episode No. 370 features artist Laura Owens and author Mark Lamster.
"Laura Owens," a survey of Owens's work since the mid-1990s, is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary location through March 25, 2019.
On the second segment, Mark Lamster discusses his new biography "The Man in the Glass House: Philip Johnson, Architect of the Modern Century."
Episode No. 369 features curators Thomas Kren and Karl Kusserow.
Kren is the lead curator of "The Renaissance Nude" at the J. Paul Getty Museum. It examines how artists represented the human figure between the early 15th and the early 16th centuries. It is on view through January 27, 2019.
On the second segment, Princeton University Art Museum curator Karl Kusserow discusses "Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment." It is on view at Princeton through January 6, 2019.
Episode No. 368 is a Thanksgiving weekend clips episode featuring artist Gary Simmons.
Gary Simmons's newest installation is on view at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles. Titled "Gary Simmons: Fade to Black," the work is a multi-wall installation in the museum's atrium. The presentation was curated by Naima J. Keith and will remain on view through December 31, 2019. Simmons is also included in a collection installation titled "I am you, you are too" at the Walker Art Center.
Episode No. 367 features artist Charline von Heyl and art historian Rebecca Bedell.
Washington's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is showing "Charline von Heyl: Snake Eyes," a survey of paintings von Heyl has made since 2005. The exhibition is on view through January 27, 2019
Rebecca Bedell discusses her new book Moved to Tears: Rethinking the Art of the Sentimental in the United States.
Episode No. 366 features art historian John Klein and curator George Shackelford.
Klein is the author of "Matisse and Decoration," a new look at how Matisse's interest in the French decorative tradition informed and motivated his work.
On the second segment, Kimbell Art Museum curator and senior deputy director George Shackelford discusses his museum's recent acquisition of a major Pierre Bonnard, Landscape at Le Cannet (1928).
Episode No. 365 features curator Esther Adler and artist Alida Cervantes.
With Sarah Kelly Oehler, Adler is the co-curator of "Charles White: A Retrospective" at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibition is the first major museum full-career survey of White's work in over three decades.
On the second segment, artist Alida Cervantes discusses her work on the occasion of "Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo" at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
Episode No. 364 features historian and curator Eleanor Harvey and historian Tyler Green.
Green is the author of "Carleton Watkins: Making the West American," a new biography-ish of the most influential American artist of the 19th century. He his best known for his pictures of Yosemite Valley made at the outbreak of the Civil War.
Green is interviewed by Eleanor Harvey, the senior curator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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Episode No. 363 features curators Tracey Bashkoff and Lawrence W. Nichols.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York is showing "Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future," a survey of Swedish artist Hilma af Klint. Bashkoff curated the exhibition with assistance from David Horowitz. It will be on view through April 23, 2019.
On the second segment, Lawrence W. Nichols discusses "Frans Hals Family Portraits: A Reunion," at the Toledo Museum of Art. The exhibition is in Toledo through Jan. 6, 2019.
Episode No. 362 features artist Laurie Simmons and curator Allegra Pesenti.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth opens "Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera," on October 14. It spotlights Simmons's interest in gender roles, most famously in series of pictures that have used dolls and props. It will be on view through January 27, 2019.
Hammer Museum curator Allegra Pesenti discusses "Stones to Stains: The Drawings of Victor Hugo," a survey of Hugo's drawing practice.
Episode No. 361 features curator Catherine Craft and historian Jessie Sentivan.
Craft is the curator of "The Nature of Arp," at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas through January 6, 2019.
Sentivan is the editor of the Kay Sage catalogue raisonne, newly out from Delmonico Prestel. She also curated "Kay Sage: Serene Surrealist," at the Williams College Museum of Art. It's on view through January 13, 2019.
Episode No. 360 features curator Tamara Schenkenberg and artist Angela Fraleigh.
Schenkenberg is the curator of "Ruth Asawa: Life's Work" at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis. The exhibition is on view until February 16, 2019.
Angela Fraleigh is included in "The Un-Heroic Act: Representations of Rape in Contemporary Women's Art in the U.S." at the Shiva Gallery at John Jay College. It is on view through November 2.
Episode No. 359 features artists lauren woods and Eva Struble.
lauren woods was scheduled to open American MONUMENT this week at the University Art Museum at CSU Long Beach. woods "paused" American MONUMENT after CSULB fired UAM director Kimberli Meyer on Sept. 11.
On the second segment, artist Eva Struble, who is included in "Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo," which opens at MCASD this weekend.
Episode No. 358 features artist Mickalene Thomas.
"Mickalene Thomas: I Can't See You Without Me" opens at The Wexner Center for the Arts on Friday, September 14. It will be on view through December 30.
Thomas's work is also featured in "People Get Ready: Building a Contemporary Collection," at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. It will be on view through January 6, 2019.
Episode No. 357 features artist Rachel Whiteread.
The National Gallery of Art in Washington opens a retrospective of Whiteread's thirty-year career on September 16. The exhibition will feature more than 100 objects, from her earliest casts of domestic objects such as a swimming cap, to her most important sculptures, such as Ghost (1990) from the NGA's own collection.
It was curated by Molly Donovan and Ann Gallagher.
Episode No. 356 features artist Wayne Thiebaud.
Next month, SFMOMA will offer two Thiebaud exhibitions: “Paintings and Drawings,” a presentation of Thiebauds in SFMOMA’s collection, and “Artist’s Choice,” a Thiebaud-selected installation of artworks from the museum’s collection. Both shows open on Sept. 29.
This conversation is part two of a program that host Tyler Green recorded with Thiebaud in December, 2017. It first aired in January, 2018. For images, see Episode No. 324.