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Category: Selections from the Archive

David Cohen reads from Timothy Hyman’s “The World New Made” on Philip Guston

David Cohen reads a passage on Philip Guston working in the 1960s, after Timothy Hyman’s book, “The World New Made: Figurative Painting in the Twentieth Century.” Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School. Recorded on February 8, 2017. For information on our current lecture season please visit us […]

Dore Ashton on feeling pleasure when looking at art

Dore Ashton reflects on seeing an exhibition on Matisse and the emotional vs intellectual responses when looking at art. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series and recorded on December 7, 1973. For information on our current lecture season please visit us here.

David Reed and Christopher Wool on their time at NYSS

Artists David Reed and Christopher Wool speak with curator Katy Siegel on what the New York Studio School was like for them. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series and recorded on February 21, 2017. For information on our current lecture season please visit us here.

Art critic Max Kozloff describes color as the salvation of painting

Art historian, photographer, and former Artforum and The Nation editor, Max Kozloff, reflects on the role of color in painting. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School. Recorded on February 11, 1975. For information on our current lecture season please visit us here.

John Ashbery reads his poems Faust and These Lacustrine Cities

In memoriam: John Ashbery gives a poetry reading at the New York Studio School, from his collection of poems “The Tennis Court Oath” and “Rivers and Mountains.” Recorded on March 3, 1970.