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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about the visual arts. Hosted and independently produced by Modern Art Notes Media/Tyler Green, the program features leading figures in the visual arts, including artists, art historians, critics, curators and authors. It is distributed on Thursdays.

The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about the visual arts. Hosted and independently produced by Modern Art Notes Media/Tyler Green, the program features leading figures in the visual arts, including artists, art historians, critics, curators and authors. It is distributed on Thursdays.
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about the visual arts. Hosted and independently produced by Modern Art Notes Media/Tyler Green, the program features leading figures in the visual arts, including artists, art historians, critics, curators and authors. It is distributed on Thursdays.

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English


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No. 315: The Black Photographers Annual, Teenie Harris

11/16/2017
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Episode No. 315 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features photographer Beuford Smith and audio from "Teenie Harris Photographs: In Their Own Voice" at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. With American art institutions increasingly looking at the long-neglected field of photography by African-Americans, this week's program looks at the work of two museums trying to tell a more complete story of America's history and art history. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond is now...

Duration: 00:59:43


An-My Lê, Katherine Bradford

11/9/2017
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Episode No. 314 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists An-My Lê and Katherine Bradford. An-My Lê is in two exhibitions at the Yale University Art Gallery: "Artists in Exile: Expressions of Loss and Hope," which considers the work of artists who have left the countries of their birth, and "Before the Event/After the Fact: Contemporary Perspectives of War," which examines how photographers have portrayed war. "Artists in Exile" was curated by Frauke V. Josenhans; "Before the...

Duration: 01:07:58


Thomas Struth

11/2/2017
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Episode No. 313 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Thomas Struth. The Saint Louis Art Museum is set to open "Thomas Struth: Nature & Politics," a survey of 35 works Struth has made over the last decade. It opens to members tomorrow, Friday, November 3, and to the general public on November 5. It will remain on view through January 21. The exhibition was co-organized by the Museum Folkwang, Essen, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta in...

Duration: 01:18:10


Martine Syms, re-visiting Hassel Smith

10/26/2017
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Episode No. 312 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Martine Syms and art historian Petra Giloy-Hirtz. Martine Syms is included in "Speech/Acts," a six-artist exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia that examines experimental black poetry and how language has shaped black American experiences. (Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Steffani Jemison, Tony Lewis, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, and Kameelah Janan Rasheed are the other artists.) The exhibition, which was curated by...

Duration: 01:03:43


Carlo Dolci, Early Diebenkorn

10/19/2017
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Episode No. 311 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Eve Straussman-Pflanzer and Scott A Shields. At the top of the program, host Tyler Green shares some findings from our recently completed annual survey. "The Medici's Painter: Carlo Dolci and 17th-Century Florence" is the first American exhibition devoted to the paintings and drawings by Carlo Dolci. Curated by Eve Straussman-Pflanzer, the Detroit Institute of Art's curator of European paintings, the exhibition is at the...

Duration: 00:56:27


Bellini landscapes at the Getty, two big gifts to MFA Boston

10/12/2017
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Episode No. 310 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Davide Gasparotto and Roni Baer. Davide Gasparotto is the curator of "Giovanni Bellini: Landscapes of Faith in Renaissance Venice." The exhibition, which opened earlier this week at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, features 12 paintings and one drawing that explore Bellini's use of landscapes within his religious pictures. On the second segment, two extraordinary gifts of 17thC Dutch and Flemish art and a...

Duration: 01:04:12


Mark Dion, Anicka Yi

10/5/2017
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Episode No. 309 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Mark Dion and Anicka Yi. This weekend, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston opens "Mark Dion: Misadventures of a 21st-Century Naturalist," a survey of over 20 years of Dion sculptures, installations and drawings. The exhibition, which was curated by Ruth Erickson with Jessica Hong, is on view through January 1, 2018. The exhibition catalogue, published by the ICA and Yale University Press, is one of the best art books...

Duration: 01:16:12


"Radical Women," and "Casanova"

9/28/2017
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Episode No. 308 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Cecelia Fajardo-Hill and Frederick Ilchman. Along with Andrea Giunta, Fajardo-Hill is a curator of "Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985," one of the headline shows of the Getty Foundation-funded "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA" series of exhibitions. The show is the first survey of art made by women in Latin America and US-born Chicanas and Latinas during the sixties, seventies and early eighties. It includes about...

Duration: 01:11:46


Emmet Gowin

9/21/2017
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Episode No. 307 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Emmet Gowin. Gowin's "Mariposas Nocturnas: Moths of Central and South America, a Study in Beauty and Diversity" is just out from Princeton University Press. The book features photographs of hundreds of moths that Gowin has made in Central and South America over the last 15 years. The book includes essays by Terry Tempest Williams and Gowin. Amazon offers it for $41. Gowin will show related work in "Here on Earth Now -- Notes...

Duration: 01:15:45


Photography in Argentina 1850-2010, Jimmie Durham

9/14/2017
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Episode No. 306 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Idurre Alonso and Anne Ellegood. Alonso is the co-curator of "Photography in Argentina, 1850-2010: Contradiction and Continuity" at the J. Paul Getty Museum. It opens this weekend and remains on view through January 28, 2018. The exhibition, which explores themes that emphasize Argentina's history, features nearly 300 works. On the second segment, Hammer Museum curator Anne Ellegood discusses her exhibition "Jimmie...

Duration: 01:15:47


Carolina Miranda on PST: LA/LA, Leyla Cárdenas

9/7/2017
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Episode No. 305 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features journalist Carolina Miranda and artist Leyla Cárdenas. Carolina Miranda is a journalist at the Los Angeles Times. She joins host Tyler Green to preview "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA," a Getty Foundation-funded series of exhibitions, catalogues and events across southern California. Cárdenas discusses her recent work, especially Excision (2012), which is included in "Home -- So Different, So Appealing" at the Los Angeles County...

Duration: 01:00:57


Anthony Hernandez

8/31/2017
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Episode No. 304 features a re-air of host Tyler Green's 2016 conversation with Anthony Hernandez. In two weeks the Milwaukee Art Museum will present one of the best shows of 2016, a retrospective of Anthony Hernandez curated by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art curator Erin O'Toole. It was Hernandez's first retrospective. His photographs have consistently looked at parts of America, especially parts of Los Angeles, that hide in plain sight. The catalogue was one of last year's best...

Duration: 00:58:53


Degas and Millinery

8/24/2017
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Episode No. 303 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a summer clips episode featuring a previously aired interview with curator Simon Kelly. Along with Esther Bell, Kelly is the co-curator of "Degas, Impressionism & the Paris Millinery Trade." The exhibition melds the social history of modernizing 19th-century Paris with the ways in which painters, especially Edgar Degas, portrayed one of the city's boomingest industries, the manufacturing and selling of hats. As it turns out, millinery was...

Duration: 00:44:43


No. 302: "Soundtracks" at SFMOMA: Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon, Amor Muñoz

8/18/2017
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Episode No. 302 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon and Amor Muñoz. This is the second of two MAN Podcast episodes spotlighting artists in "Soundtracks," a new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art that examines the role of sound in art. The show, which was curated by Rudolf Frieling and Tanya Zimbardo, will remain on view through January 1, 2018. It features nearly three dozen artworks that are or include sound.

Duration: 00:43:20


Cristóbal de Villalpando; Bosch and Bouts

8/10/2017
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Episode No. 301 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Ronda Kasl and Rima Girnius. Along with Jonathan Brown and Clara Bargellini, Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Ronda Kasl is the co-curator of "Cristóbal de Villalpando: Mexican Painter of the Baroque," which is at the Met in New York through October 15. Villalpando is considered one of the two major artists of seventeenth-century New Spain. The Met's small survey of his work features eleven paintings, including...

Duration: 00:53:17


Gary Simmons

8/3/2017
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Episode No. 300 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features 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 July 31, 2018. Over the course of a quarter-century-long career, Simmons has explored how to make the typically invisible visible,...

Duration: 00:56:07


Glenn Ligon, Florine Stettheimer

7/27/2017
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Episode No. 299 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Glenn Ligon and curator Stephen Brown. Ligon is the curator of "Blue Black" at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis. Informed by the Pulitzer's Ellsworth Kelly wall sculpture Blue Black, the exhibition features more than 50 artworks that use color to address questions related to language, identity and more. The exhibition is on view through October 7. The catalogue of the exhibition is complimentary save the cost of...

Duration: 00:54:45


"Soundtracks" at SFMOMA with Bill Fontana and Christina Kubisch

7/20/2017
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**In stereo** Episode No. 298 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features sound artists Bill Fontana and Christina Kubisch. This is the first of two MAN Podcast episodes spotlighting artists in "Soundtracks," a new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art that examines the role of sound in art. The show, which was curated by Rudolf Frieling and Tanya Zimbardo, will remain on view through January 1, 2018. It features nearly three dozen artworks that are or include sound. SFMOMA...

Duration: 00:51:22


Richard Deacon, Daniel Heidkamp

7/13/2017
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Episode No. 297 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Richard Deacon and Daniel Heidkamp. The San Diego Museum of Art is showing "Richard Deacon: What You See Is What You Get," a survey of the artist's career. Curated by Ariel Plotek, it's on view through Sept. 4. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by the museum. Host Tyler Green and Deacon also mention passages from Deacon's 2014 book of writings, titled "So, If, And, But: Writings 1970-2012." Throughout a...

Duration: 01:15:20


Mexican modernism in "Paint the Revolution," Andrea Chung

7/6/2017
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Episode No. 296 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Matthew Affron and artist Andrea Chung. Matthew Affron, a curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is one of the co-curators of "Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950," which is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through October 1. The exhibition chronicles the history of Mexican modernism at the beginning of the twentieth century and the social, political, and cultural forces that shaped it. Among...

Duration: 01:18:33

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