Peter Saul, Ronald Reagan in Grenada, 1984. Acrylic on canvas, 82 1/2 × 71 in (209.6 × 180.3 cm). Hall Collection. Courtesy Hall Art Foundation. Photo: Jeffrey Nintzel
Featuring artists Judith Bernstein and Kim Jones, this conversation—moderated by Kraus Family Curator Gary Carrion-Murayari— will build from Peter Saul’s use of shock and irreverence to consider how artists address politics and current events. Identifying parallels and divergences between art in the 1960s-1970s and now, this conversation will consider the limits and possibilities humor can afford political art.
Please register via Zoom for this online program here.
For over fifty years, Judith Bernstein (b. 1942, Newark, New Jersey) has developed a reputation as one of her generation’s most seminal and provocative artists, connecting the political and sexual. This fall, Bernstein will present an anti-Trump exhibition at The Box, Los Angeles, and a retrospective at the Hall Art Foundation Schloss Derneburg Museum in 2021.
Kim Jones: RATS LIVE ON NO EVIL STAR
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Endowment support is provided by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund; the Skadden, Arps Education Programs Fund; and the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fund for Education Programs at the New Museum.
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