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January 01, 1990 - October 07, 2012 + Politics of Culture

Artists' Training

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There was a time when people learned to draw, paint and sculpt before calling themselves artists. Now many artists discard traditional training as unnecessary to...

Artists' Training listen

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There was a time when people learned to draw, paint and sculpt before calling themselves artists. Now many artists discard traditional training as unnecessary to...

Titanic Debate listen

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Director James Cameron is furious that critic Ken Turan hates his Oscar-winning, record-breaking-box office hit, Titanic. Is it just a royal temper tantrum or are...

T.R. Reid

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When T.R. Reid moved his ...

Is contemporary art only for contemporary times?

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Is contemporary art only for contemporary times? That's one of several provocative questions being asked at an international conference convened by the Getty Conservation Institute....

Is contemporary art only for contemporary times?

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Is contemporary art only for contemporary times? That's one of several provocative questions being asked at an international conference convened by the Getty Conservation Institute....

Martha Gellhorn

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She was a legendary journalist and author, a war correspondent, and the only woman to leave Ernest Hemingway. We remember Martha Gellhorn on Tuesday on...

Martha Gellhorn

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She was a legendary journalist and author, a war correspondent, and the only woman to leave Ernest Hemingway. We remember Martha Gellhorn on Tuesday on...

Carl Bernstein

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Who really runs Washington? This week we examine the culture of power with Carl Bernstein, noted "Washington Post" Watergate reporter, and KCRW's General Manager Ruth...

Carl Bernstein

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Who really runs Washington? This week we examine the culture of power with Carl Bernstein, noted "Washington Post" Watergate reporter, and KCRW's General Manager Ruth...

Stolen Art

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Fifty years after the end of World War II, the question of assets stolen from victims of the Holocaust continues to be a front-burner issue....

Philippe De Montebello

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For more than 20 years, Philippe De Montebello has been the Director of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Join us for a fascinating conversation...

Taylor Branch

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Taylor Branch, the Pulitzer award winning historian, talks about the second volume in his trilogy of works about Martin Luther King and America in the...

Taylor Branch

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Taylor Branch, the Pulitzer award winning historian, talks about the second volume in his trilogy of works about Martin Luther King and America in the...

Oliver Todd

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Guest host Steve Wasserman, Editor of the Los Angeles Times' Book Review, talks to Olivier Todd about his new biography, "Albert Camus: A Life."