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Join the celebrated artist John Baldessari, whose work examines the power of juxtaposing images and language within an artwork’s boundaries, as he speaks with short story writer and essayist and novelist, Frederic Tuten about the relationship between the visual and the literary arts past and present. Tuten’s most recent book is a collection of stories, Self Portraits: Fictions. He is also the author of Tintin in the New World, Van Gogh's Bad Café and The Green Hour, among other books.

Added by Center for the Humanities on April 5, 2011