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The New School - John Tishman Auditorium

Exhibition Detail
Public Art Fund Talks: Matthew Monahan
66 West 12th Street
(between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)
New York , NY 10011

March 17th, 2010 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
, Matthew Monahan, Huma BhabhaMatthew Monahan, Huma Bhabha
New York, The New School
artist, talks, Public, Art, fund, figurative, modern, sculpture
Single Talk - $10; Full series - $20; Students - FREE

"It's interesting to see how inanimate the figure can be, how figurative art dies, how it scars, how it shatters into mere things, how it turns to dust . . ."

-Matthew Monahan

This spring’s Public Art Fund Talks series features three artists whose works reinvent and extend the language of figurative sculpture for a new era. Neither literal portraits nor traditional monuments, their works push the expressive potential of sculptural forms and materials, marking a renewed interest in the figure in contemporary art. These artists are also featured in the upcoming Public Art Fund exhibition Statuesque, opening June 2, 2010 at City Hall Park. Public Art Fund Talks are organized by the Public Art Fund in collaboration with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School. The Talks series continues with Huma Bhabha on April 14 and Thomas Houseago on May 12.

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