RADIO // Living HistoryCarter Ratcliff: To Get or Not Get With the Program
Originally aired 6/19/06
In a new lecture prepared for and delivered during the Grey Flags exhibit at the Sculpture Center on May 17, 2006, art historian Carter Ratcliff talks about the advantages and liabilities of participating in fashion, trends, movements, and ideologies with some fascinating analysis of Beau Brummel (the ultimate dandy), Jules Olitski (expelled from the revolution) and other artists, writers, philosophers, and critics. Grey Flags, curated by Anthony Huberman and Paul Pfeiffer, runs through July 30, 2006 (64 minutes).
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