Join special guests and members of the Rose curatorial team for lively conversations about the art, concepts, and visual dialogues highlighted in the museum's upcoming exhibition, re: collections, Six Decades at the Rose Art Museum.
In this session, Gannit Ankori (Henry and Lois Foster Director and Chief Curator), Caitlin Julia Rubin (Associate Curator and Director of Programs), and Aida Yuen Wong (Nathan Cummings and Robert B. and Beatrice C. Mayer Chair in Fine Arts, and Professor of Fine Arts, and East Asian Studies) will facilitate an open discussion on the following works from the Rose Art Museum's collection:
Marsden Hartley, Musical Theme (Oriental Symphony), 1912-1913
Vassily Kandinsky, selections from Kleine Welten, 1922
Wakamatsu Koichiro, selection TBD
Louise Nevelson, Landscape, 1957
Judy Pfaff, Untitled, 1992
re: collections aims to push back against Art History’s rehearsed narratives and traditional categorizations, exploring alternative ways of seeing and thinking about modern and contemporary art. We want you to be part of these conversations as we shake things up and experience art “off the wall” together. Please register to receive a link to this upcoming Zoom dialogue.
Caption services will be provided for this conversation. Is there anything that would make your participation easier? We are committed to making our virtual programs accessible to all; please email inquiries and requests to Elizabeth Moy, Programs Coordinator, by Monday, March 1.
Artworks focused on in this session will be on view in the Rose's Mildred S. Lee Gallery from February 24–March 5, and can be seen in-person by members of the Brandeis Campus Community. Advance reservations are required.
Learn more about Off the Wall.