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Lectures

AAA @ Noon: Jingdezhen and Hizen: A Comparison of Sino-Japanese Porcelain 17th to Mid-19th Century

Jingdezhen, China and Hizen, Japan have both been renowned centers of porcelain production since the early 17th century. Frequent interaction and exchanges between the two production centers resulted in a sharing of styles and methods that can confuse the modern observer. Dr. Huan Xiong, associate professor at Sun Yat-sen University, will lead us through the four stages of Sino-Japanese porcelain relationships to better recognize the similarities and differences to be found in their beauty.

Action Abstraction: the Critics, the Artists, and the New York School

Celebrate the women who helped forge Abstract Expressionism — the first fully American modern art movement. We’ll reassess the role of women painters within this movement that has been customarily defined by heroic male painters. Join the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Art Museum for a series of co-sponsored talks around this groundbreaking exhibition.

 

Lecture Dates and Titles:

 

1. June 22, 2016 – Gwen Chanzit and Dean Sobel: “Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context

 

Gwen F. Chanzit, curator of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive at the Denver Art Museum is the curator of Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Dean Sobel, Director of Clyfford Still Museum

 

2. July 13, 2016 – Norman Kleeblatt: “Action Abstraction: the Critics, the Artists, and the New York School”

 

Norman L. Kleeblatt is the Susan and Elihu Rose Chief Curator of The Jewish Museum in New York

 

3. July 27, 2016 — Erika Doss: “Not Just a Guy’s Club: Gender Dynamics and Women Painters in the American 1950s.”

 

Erika Doss is professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame

 

4. September 21, 2016 — Susan Landauer: "The Advantages of Obscurity: San Francisco Women Abstract Expressionists."

 

Susan Landauer, formerly chief curator of the San Jose Museum of Art, is an independent art historian and curator.

 

Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context is co-sponsored by the Clyfford Still Museum. Additional funding is generously provided by the Deborah Remington Charitable Trust for the Visual Arts and the Volunteer Executive Board of the Denver Art Museum.

Member Lecture: A Curator’s Perspective: Organizing Women of Abstract Expressionism

A Curator's Perspective: Organizing Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Gwen Chanzit, Curator of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive, will share curatorial insights and describe steps in realizing this multi-year exhibition project. She will share a few stories and let you in on what’s so important about this groundbreaking exhibition. 

Member Lecture: A Curator’s Perspective: Organizing Women of Abstract Expressionism

A Curator's Perspective: Organizing Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Gwen Chanzit, Curator of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive, will share curatorial insights and describe steps in realizing this multi-year exhibition project. She will share a few stories and let you in on what’s so important about this groundbreaking exhibition. 

Not Just a Guy’s Club: Gender Dynamics and Women Painters in the American 1950s

Celebrate the women who helped forge Abstract Expressionism — the first fully American modern art movement. We’ll reassess the role of women painters within this movement that has been customarily defined by heroic male painters. Join the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Art Museum for a series of co-sponsored talks around this groundbreaking exhibition.

 

Lecture Dates and Titles:

 

1. June 22, 2016 – Gwen Chanzit and Dean Sobel: “Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context

 

Gwen F. Chanzit, curator of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive at the Denver Art Museum is the curator of Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Dean Sobel, Director of Clyfford Still Museum

 

2. July 13, 2016 – Norman Kleeblatt: “Action Abstraction: the Critics, the Artists, and the New York School.”

 

Norman L. Kleeblatt is the Susan and Elihu Rose Chief Curator of The Jewish Museum in New York

 

3. July 27, 2016 — Erika Doss: “Not Just a Guy’s Club: Gender Dynamics and Women Painters in the American 1950s."

 

Erika Doss is professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame

 

4. September 21, 2016 — Susan Landauer: "The Advantages of Obscurity: San Francisco Women Abstract Expressionists."

 

Susan Landauer, formerly chief curator of the San Jose Museum of Art, is an independent art historian and curator.

 

Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context is co-sponsored by the Clyfford Still Museum. Additional funding is generously provided by the Deborah Remington Charitable Trust for the Visual Arts and the Volunteer Executive Board of the Denver Art Museum.

The Advantages of Obscurity: San Francisco Women Abstract Expressionists

Celebrate the women who helped forge Abstract Expressionism — the first fully American modern art movement. We’ll reassess the role of women painters within this movement that has been customarily defined by heroic male painters. Join the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Art Museum for a series of co-sponsored talks around this groundbreaking exhibition.

 

Lecture Dates and Titles:

 

1. June 22, 2016 – Gwen Chanzit and Dean Sobel: “Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context”

 

Gwen F. Chanzit, curator of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive at the Denver Art Museum is the curator of Women of Abstract Expressionism.

Dean Sobel, Director of Clyfford Still Museum

 

2. July 13, 2016 – Norman Kleeblatt: “Action Abstraction: the Critics, the Artists, and the New York School.

 

Norman L. Kleeblatt is the Susan and Elihu Rose Chief Curator of The Jewish Museum in New York

 

3. July 27, 2016 — Erika Doss: “Not Just a Guy’s Club: Gender Dynamics and Women Painters in the American 1950s.”

 

Erika Doss is professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame

 

4. September 21, 2016 — Susan Landauer: "The Advantages of Obscurity: San Francisco Women Abstract Expressionists."

 

Susan Landauer, formerly chief curator of the San Jose Museum of Art, is an independent art historian and curator.

 

Women of Abstract Expressionism in Context is co-sponsored by the Clyfford Still Museum. Additional funding is generously provided by the Deborah Remington Charitable Trust for the Visual Arts and the Volunteer Executive Board of the Denver Art Museum.

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