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Gerard Byrne

A thing is a hole in a thing it is not
January 09 – February 27, 2011

 

Sunday, February 6, 2011, 2:00 pm

Lecture

A Picture is a Shaped Thing: Minimalism and the Problem of 'European Painting'
Megan Luke, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Art History, the University of Chicago

Location: Swift Hall Room 106, University of Chicago
Admission: free
 

Luke is modernist with multi-faceted research interests. She co-curated the 2006 exhibition Frank Stella 1958 at the Sackler Gallery at Harvard University. It was the first exhibition to examine the seminal work Frank Stella created in 1958, bringing together more than 20 works from this period of tremendous experimentation and productivity.

This event will take place in Swift Hall room 106. 1025 East 58th Street (on the Main Quadrangle of the University, directly east of Cobb Hall)

 
Gerard Byrne
Megan Luke Lecture, 2011
 

Megan Luke Lecture

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