“All Art Has Been Contemporary”
Saturday, February 1, 10:00 AM
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In 1999, artist Maurizio Nannucci created a work in neon around the words “All Art Has Been Contemporary.” Inspired by this concept, we will explore the idea that “contemporary art” is the art of any time that challenges us to reevaluate social, political, economic, or moral values and beliefs. We'll examine contemporary works on view at the Gardner Museum, as well as works in the historic collection, to enhance our understanding and appreciation of art as an agent of change.
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Image: What Do You See? (Vermeer, The Concert), (detail), 2013. ©2013 Sophie Calle / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Courtesy of Sophie Calle, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston.