The Clark – When Artists Meet Poets

Alexandra J. Gold discusses artist book collaborations between contemporary painters and poets. Her presentation highlights Black Mountain poet Robert Creeley and renowned visual artist Robert Indiana’s Numbers (1968).

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The Clark – Where Are Black Brazilian Artists In The History Of Afro-Diasporic Art

Alexandra J. Gold discusses artist book collaborations between contemporary painters and poets. Her presentation highlights Black Mountain poet Robert Creeley and renowned visual artist Robert Indiana’s Numbers (1968).

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The Clark – Inequality and Urban Planning with Professor Giuseppina Forte

How does the built environment affect (in)equality? Giuseppina Forte, professor of architecture and environmental studies at Williams College, uses the origins of modern city planning as a starting point to introduce her new book project, The Self-Built City: Material Politics and Ecologies of Difference in São Paulo.

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The Clark – Image Made Flesh

Erica Moiah James is an art historian, curator, and assistant professor at the University of Miami. Her research centers on Indigenous, modern, and contemporary art of the Caribbean, Americas, and the African Diaspora. In this Research and Academic Program lecture, James provides a careful study of Portrait of an Unknown Woman.

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The Clark – Paper Cities, Opening Lecture

Curatorial Assistant for Works on Paper Allison Marino introduces the 2024 exhibition Paper Cities, examining how artists transformed cities from objective subjects into creative expressions within their work. The lecture focuses on well-known European and American cities depicted in works on paper from the late fifteenth to the early twentieth century.

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