ARTSpeak: Episode 10, From Titian to Jeff Koons to Danger Mouse

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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Napoleon on his Imperial Throne, 1806, oil on canvas, 260 x 163 cm. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

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CROSSED LOOKS through December 11

Click the player above to listen to “Part 1: The High Museum through January” (6.5 minutes) or click here to download the audio file.

Click above for “Part 2: Why Classicism Today?” (24 minutes) or click here to download the audio file.

Episode 10: Christopher Parrott calls from New York for a radio broadcast about exhibitions currently on display at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, followed by an extended web-exclusive interview on the history of painting, modernism, and the art of the digital mashup.

The radio show ARTSpeak with BURNAWAY broadcasts Tuesdays between 8-8:30AM and again between 6-6:30PM on AM 1690, The Voice of the Arts.

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