John Baldessari & Ed Ruscha

John Baldessari & Ed Ruscha

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John Baldessari & Ed Ruscha
6/23/2013---Los Angeles-based art luminaries John Baldessari and Ed Ruscha discuss the work of Richard Artschwager. Baldessari is known for his conceptual work that often intersects artistic genres and media. His work has been featured in more than 200 solo exhibitions and more than 1,000 group exhibitions in the United States and Europe. Ruscha's work encompasses painting, drawing, photography, and artist's books. He has been the subject of numerous international museum retrospectives. This discussion is moderated by Bob Monk, director of Gagosian Gallery's Uptown Gallery, New York (Run time: 1 hr 6 mins).

Moderated by Bob Monk of Gagosian Gallery

Los Angeles–based art luminaries John Baldessari and Ed Ruscha discuss the work of Richard Artschwager. Baldessari is known for his conceptual work that often intersects artistic genres and media. His work has been featured in more than 200 solo exhibitions and more than 1,000 group exhibitions in the United States and Europe. Ruscha’s work encompasses painting, drawing, photography, and artist’s books. He has been the subject of numerous international museum retrospectives. This discussion is moderated by Bob Monk, director of Gagosian Gallery’s Uptown Gallery, New York.

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