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Ann Reynolds: Moving Statues: Parker Tyler’s Rodin 2024-03-13 18:30:00 New York Studio School W 8th Street 60

Registration is not required to attend in person. Ann Reynolds teaches art history at the University of Texas at Austin. Her talk emerges from her current book entitled Imagining an Altogether, a history of intergenerational relationships among New York artists and writers that were shaped by shared, if heterogeneous, commitments to Surrealism and its legacy, primarily […]

Ann Reynolds: Moving Statues: Parker Tyler’s Rodin

The Evening Lecture Series is free and open to the public. With inquiries, please contact Kara Carmack at kcarmack@nyss.org.

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Parker Tyler outside Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, late 1940s. Inscription on back: “Phallic ornamentation on head a hazard of photography.” Parker Tyler Papers, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX.

Ann Reynolds teaches art history at the University of Texas at Austin. Her talk emerges from her current book entitled Imagining an Altogether, a history of intergenerational relationships among New York artists and writers that were shaped by shared, if heterogeneous, commitments to Surrealism and its legacy, primarily through a love of film. Engaging the roving eye and metaphorical caress of the movie camera, Parker Tyler illuminates the paradoxical erotics of Rodin’s work. She is also the author of Robert Smithson: Learning from New Jersey and Elsewhere (MIT Press, 2003).

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