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Hirsch Perlman

October 02 – November 06, 1988

 
 
Sun, Oct 2, 19885:00 pm

Opening Reception


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Sat, Oct 8, 198810:30 am

Lecture Series

Issues in Contemporary Art and Society

Location: The Renaissance Society
 
This four-part series will include lectures by Maureen Sherlock, Lynne Brown, Kate Horsfield, and Laurie Palmer. The lectures will take place on Saturdays October 8-29, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.
 
Sat, Oct 15, 19881:30 pm

Lecture

Stephen Melville

Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
While not specifically addressing the artwork of Hirsch Perlman, this lecture will present issues common to the artist's work, implicating it in the process. These issues involve the broad representation and perception of Meaning: reconstruction and deconstruction, the significance or insignificance of myth and tradition, or how subjectiveity and context affect our perceptions and definitions of images and words.

Mr. Melville has published critical essays in Artforum and October. He holds a BA in History and Philosophy of Religion and a PhD in Comparative Literature, both from the University of Chicago. He is currently Professor of English at Syracuse University.
 

   
   
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