David Pagel, curator, art critic, and associate professor of art at Claremont University in Claremont, California, presents Getting It Wrong in Just the Right Way: Diebenkorn's West Coastism, addressing the various ways some prominent California artists, including Richard Diebenkorn, have been out of step with prevailing trends and tendencies, often doing things wrong to get their art right.
Julie VandenBerg Snow, FAIA, here as the lead juror for the Forth Worth AIA annual Design Awards, presents her thoughts on architecture today and how those ideas relate to the designs and buildings produced by her “studio-based, project-driven” practice, Julie Snow Architects Inc.
Dr. Frances Colpitt, art critic, corresponding editor to Art in America, and holder of the Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University, presents the problems of abstract painting in the postmodern/electronic age in her Tuesday Evenings lecture, Problems and Possibilities for Abstract Painting in Postmodernism.
Jayson Musson is an artist and writer living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For Tuesday Evenings, he shares his multifaceted body of work, which includes provocative performances, drawings, and writings, as well as Art Thoughtz by his “cousin” Hennessey Youngman.
Sundays with the Modern offers unique perspectives on the Museum’s architecture, permanent collection, and special exhibitions. A variety of artists, art historians, critics, writers, and architects hold conversations and lead tours in the galleries.
The Modern Graduate Series aims to foster and sustain a vibrant, creative dialogue among fine arts and art history graduate students from across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant, daughter of Richard Diebenkorn, shares her insights and thoughts on the life and art of her father on the occasion of Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series, the most comprehensive show to date of Diebenkorn’s celebrated works, the Ocean park paintings.
Alejandro Cesarco, born in Montevideo, Uruguay, is an artist living and working in New York. For Tuesday Evenings, he presents his work as seen in the Uruguay Pavilion at the 54thVenice Biennale, as well as his curatorial endeavors in Uruguay, the United States, and Argentina.
Explore the fundamentals of the Modern’s permanent collection through these chronological gallery talks led by scholars in art and art history.
Sean Dockray, artist, writer, and founding director of Telic Arts Exchange in Los Angeles, California, has initiated critical and innovative projects, including The Public School and AAAARG.ORG. For Tuesday Evenings, he presents Exhibitability, a reflection on the sometimes destructive threshold he observed while running an art space as well as his own queries on alternatives to the exhibition model.