Fifty-eighth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: Picasso and Truth, Part 3: Window
T. J. Clark, George C. and Helen N. Pardee Chair and professor of history of art, University of California, Berkeley. Centered on a group of paintings by Picasso from the 1920s, a series of six lectures traces the artist's path to Guernica. In this audio podcast of the third lecture, originally delivered at the National Gallery of Art on April 5, 2009, the renowned art historian and professor T. J. Clark discusses Three Dancers (1925). The lecture centers on the Three Dancers' radical re-imagining of space, particularly the relation between interior and exterior, and the way this new spatiality brings Untruth into the room.
Released: May 05, 2009