Anne Lyden, associate curator of Photographs at the Getty Museum, discusses Evans’s photographs of medieval cathedrals and their significance in the Pictorialist movements in Britain and the United States.
Complements the exhibition A Record of Emotion: The Photographs of Frederick H. Evans
Lecture is free, but Reservations are required; you can link to register from this link.
Also currently on view at the Getty Center:
IN FOCUS: THE WORKER (through March 21st, 2010)
URBAN PANORAMAS: OPIE, LIAO, KIM (through June 6, 2010)
Click on the above link to find Catherine Opie, Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao and Soo Kim discuss their work.
Curator Virginia Heckert will moderate a panel discussion with the artists on February 18th at 7 p.m. in the Getty Center Auditorium.
As with the lecture on Frederick Evans, the panel discussion is free but reservations are required.
Archive for February 6, 2010
Getty Center Events: February 10, 3pm: Lecture on Frederick H. Evans, and February 18th, 7 pm: Panel Discussion with Opie, Liao and Sing
Artists in the Houston area, check this out! Free seminars on advice for your individual state/federal taxes given on February 9th and again on March 6th. Be sure to register in advance.
From the Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts website (TALA):
From the New York Metropolitan Chapter of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS):
Saturday, February 6th, 2010 from 12 Noon – 5 pm; free and open to the public. Location: The Museum of Modern Art Cullman Education and Research Building, 4 West 54h Street, NYC
“Bring your art books and swap one-for-one with hundreds of donated art books.
Organized by Regency Arts Press LTD and New Art Deallers Alliance (NADA) in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art Library.
After the event, any unsold books will be donated to the prison readers encouragement program for placement in prison libraries in the NYC region.