This year the anonymous group of women who call themselves the Guerrilla Girls are celebrating their 30th anniversary of questioning and disrupting art world practices,
[MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: You’re out in the world, exploring a part of the immensely varied landscape of our dear planet Earth, freed from your desk
[DIGITAL TONE] This week, I want to talk to you about something that’s been weighing on my mind lately, and that’s the issue of critique.
[THEME MUSIC] NARRATOR: For much of human history, when people set out to make art they did so by trying to represent things as they
Melting clocks, bowler hats, peculiar household objects, dream sequences, but also uncanny incidents. Dorm room posters, more dream sequences, and according to Merriam-Webster, the year
I want to come clean with you guys about something. Ever since “The Art Assignment” started, I’ve been calling myself a curator. But it’s a
SARAH URIST GREEN: This episode is supported by the Great Courses Plus. London is a big city– a crowded and lively global metropolis. It holds