Desktop Dialogues: Rethinking Artistic Traditions

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Desktop Dialogues: Rethinking Artistic Traditions
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Aug 10, 2022
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What value does historical art have for contemporary artists and audiences? In his realist paintings, Mario Moore shows how traditional artistic practices can be powerful vehicles for exploring timeless themes and the provocative issues of today. Join Moore in conversation with CMA curator Cory Korkow as they discuss Moore’s work, the relevance of historical paintings, and the exhibition Variations: The Reuse of Models in Paintings by Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi.

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