Forty years of looking at art in Washington"
lecture by Paul Richard,
Art Critic for The Washington Post, 1967-2009.
Friday, November 13th, 7pm
Paul Richard reviewed art for The Washington Post for more than 40 years, from 1967 to 2009. That experience will be broadly surveyed in a lecture titled "Duchamp's Triad: Forty years of looking at art in Washington". Focusing especially on the structures he's discovered in the residue remaining after four decades of writing--not just on local artists, not just on deep art history, not just on local galleries and Washington's museums--but on all of it at once.
Friday, November 13th, 7:00pm, at Washington Studio School.
This is a free event.
please contact 202.234.3030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2129 S Street NW
Washington, DC 20008
Washington Studio School, located a few blocks North of Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C., is a community of artists and art students dedicated to the practice of visual art. Washington Studio School offers a range of non-degree classes as well as an advanced level certificate program. Classes in drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking emphasize working from life and are offered to adults and high school students. In addition to its regular schedule of classes, the school provides a variety of lectures, and exhibitions of work by students and faculty.