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Art critic Max Kozloff describes color as the salvation of painting, 1975

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.

Francis Morrone on the Whitney Studio

In this excerpt, architectural historian Francis Morrone describes the creation of the Whitney Studio, designed by Robert Winthrop Chanler and Grosvenor Atterbury. Recorded on December 7, 2016.

Balthus and cats

Met curator Sabine Rewald looks at prints of cats created by an 11 year old Balthus, as well as discusses some of his early portrait work. Recorded on October 9, 2013.

Mary Frank on why she began painting

Artist Mary Frank reads a list on what art is for and describes her transition from sculpture to painting. Recorded on January 30, 2001.

Jeanne Silverthorne excavates her studio

In this excerpt, sculptor Jeanne Silverthorne explores the various elements of a studio space while creating work about her excavations. Recorded on October 4, 2011.