Art Talk

Art Talk

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Art reviews from art critics Edward Goldman and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp.

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Edward Goldman talks about fond art memories from hosting KCRW’s  Art Talk  for 31 years.

Edward Goldman talks about plenty of sex and drama at the exhibition of British artist Sarah Lucas at the Hammer Museum.

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about the Golden Age of Spanish painting.

Edward Goldman talks about photographs by Gordon Parks at the Getty Museum, and multi-media works by artist, musician, and playwright Terry Allen at LA Louver.

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about Lit Lit festival and Tosh Berman’s memoir

Edward Goldman talks about a week full of extraordinary dance performances on stage and on screen.

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about the extreme art of Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein and Bas Jan Ader at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Edward Goldman talks about the LACMA exhibition covering the last four decades of contemporary Chinese art.

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