Simone Osthoff: Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica - Rethinking the Object and Challenging the Institution in the 1960s and 1970s
Tuesday, November 8, 6 pm
Simone Osthoff, Professor of Critical Studies in the School of Visual Arts at Penn State University, examines how the experimental, participatory, and sensorial nature of Clark?s and Oiticica?s work challenged conventions of how art was presented in a museum. Co-sponsored by DePaul University, Department of Art and Art History.
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Added by spudart on October 24, 2005