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Lectures
Lectures and Book Signings
Painting and Representation

October 21 at 2:00
East Building Auditorium
Tim Doud, artist; professor, department of art, American University; cofounder, ‘sindikit; and cofounder, STABLE; in conversation with artists Jonathan Lyndon Chase and Louis Fratino

Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Tim Doud, and Louis Fratino all engage with themes of race, gender, and sexuality while working in the genre of figurative painting. Yet the artists’ idiosyncratic styles also take their paintings beyond categories of identity, challenging normative strategies of representation. On October 21, 2018, Doud moderates a conversation with Chase and Fratino about painting techniques and the tropes surrounding figurative work, looking particularly into how their methods explore and expand the practice of modern portraiture.

Held in conjunction with the special installation Bodies of Work, on view in the East Building, Upper Level.

Image credits: Stefano, 2018, by Louis Fratino; American Prize, 2014, by Tim Doud; Them Sitting at table, 2018, by Jonathan Lyndon Chase, image courtesy Company Gallery

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