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Tahni Holt

View highlights of January’s Artist Talk in which Tahni Holt discusses Fold (2011) by John Grade.


Tim DuRoche
View highlights of February’s Artist Talk in which Tim DuRoche discusses Untitled (Self-Portrait) by Anna Belle Crocker.


Paulann Petersen
View highlights of March’s Artist Talk in which Paulann Petersen discusses Mask, ca 1860, by Unknown Nisga’a.


Lucinda Parket
View highlights of April’s Artist Talk in which Lucinda Parker discusses Vicino di Qui by Jack Portland and The Rape of Europa by Michael Spafford.


Ariana Jacob
View highlights of May’s Artist Talk in which Ariana Jacob discusses Richard Serra’s The American Flag is Not an Object of Worship, 1989.


Jon Raymond
View highlights of June’s Artist Talk in which Jon Raymond discusses Philip Guston’s Migration, 1978 and Untitled, 1969.


Judy Cooke
View highlights of July’s Artist Talk in which Judy Cooke discusses The Mill by Max Beckmann and Corinthian Tilt by Robert Hanson.


Matthew Dickman

View highlights of August’s Artist Talk in which Matthew Dickman discusses Pepper Shaker by Ralph Goings.


Corey Arnold
View highlights of September’s Artist Talk in which Corey Arnold discusses Approximately 17 of 41 Sperm Whales that Beached and Subsequently Died, Florence, Oregon by Joel Sternfeld.


Linda Austin
View highlights of October’s Artist Talk in which Linda Austin discusses 7 Objects/69 including David Bradshaw’s Tears; Eva Hesse’s Enclosed; Stephen Kaltenbach’s Fire; Bruce Nauman’s Record; Alan Saret’s Untitled; Richard Serra’s Rolled, Encase & Sawed; and Keith Sonnier’s Plaster Cast in Satin.


Barry Sanders
View highlights of November’s Artist Talk in which Barry Sanders discusses three works by Henri Matisse: Haitienne; Tête d’homme, fond fleuri [Joan Massia] (Head of a Man, Flowered Background); and Back.


Henk Pander
View highlights of December’s Artist Talk in which Henk Pander discusses Portrait of Cardinal Domenico Rivarola by Sir Anthony van Dyck.

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