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Volunteer Choices: Christopher Brown

49 seconds

Find out why a volunteer chose to display Christopher Brown's Reach for the exhibition Volunteer Voices: Selections from the Collection of the Kemper Museum.

 
   
Above: Christopher Brown, Reach
     
       
 

 
Volunteer Choices: Wayne Thiebaud
1 Minute 1 second

Find out why a volunteer chose to display Wayne Thiebaud's Cosmetic Counter for the exhibition Volunteer Voices: Selections from the Collection of the Kemper Museum.

     
Above: Wayne Thiebaud, Cosmetic Counter
       
 

 

Volunteer Choices:
Louise Nevelson

3 Minutes 15 seconds

Find out why a volunteer chose to display Louise Nevelson's Untitled for the exhibition
Volunteer Voices: Selections from the Collection of the Kemper Museum.

 
   
Above: Louise Nevelson, Untitled
     
       
 

 
Opciones de Voluntariado: Louise Nevelson
4 minutos 13 segundos

Descubre por qué un voluntario eligió para mostrar Louise Nevelson Untitled de la exposición Voces de Voluntariado: Selecciones de la Colección del Kemper Museum.

     
Sobre: Louise Nevelson, Untitled
       
 

 

Volunteer Choices:
Marco Maggi

1 minute 40 seconds

Find out the reasons why two different volunteers chose to display Marco Maggi's Great White Dialogue for the exhibition Volunteer Voices: Selections from the Collection of the Kemper Museum.

 
   
Above: Marco Maggi, Great White Dialogue
     
       
 

 
Volunteer Choices:
Gao Brothers
2 Minutes 46 seconds

Find out the reasons why a volunteer chose to display the Gao Brothers' Miss Mao for the exhibition Volunteer Voices: Selections from the Collection of the Kemper Museum.

     
Above: Gao Brothers, Miss Mao
       
 

 

Interview with Artist: Ian Davis

4 minute 51 seconds

Kemper Museum curator Barbara O'Brien speaks with artist Ian Davis on his work in the exhibition Ian Davis: Faith in the Future.

 
   
Above: Ian Davis, Comeuppance
     
       
 

 

Interview with Artist: David Bates

6 minutes 38 seconds

Kemper Museum curator Barbara O'Brien speaks with artist David Bates on his work in the exhibition David Bates: The Katrina Paintings.

     
Above: David Bates, The Flood
       
 

 

Empathetic Realism

5 Minutes 12 seconds

Kemper Museum Curator of Education Beth Harris speaks with art critic and exhibition catalogue essayist Carl Little about how American artists from Thomas Eakins to David Bates have shaped a vision that addresses the human condition.

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Above: David Bates, Katrina Portrait IV
     
       
 

 

Katrina Survivor's Story

4 minutes 56 seconds

Kansas City resident and Katrina survivor Claire Ulowetz recollects her displacement and volunteer efforts in the aftermath of the hurricane.

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Above: David Bates, Dorgenois
 
Music: November 3rd by Mara Gibson (b. 1972) | Performed by Sally Todd, piano and Steve Gilewski, bass, SUNY Buffalo, 1999, Buffalo, NY
         
 

 
Marc Swanson in Context
4 Minutes 5 seconds

Marc Swanson’s Descent of Civilization (Bison Memorial) is on view to the public at the northeast corner of 9th and broadway, in downtown Kansas City, and visitors to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art can gain perspective on his work in the exhibition Acquisitions in Context: Marc Swanson through April 10, 2011 at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

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Above: Marc Swanson, Mockup for Descent of Civilization (Bison Memorial), 2010
     
       
 

 
Interview with Artists: Gao Brothers Part 1 (In English)
3 minutes 1 second

Exhibition curator Arthur Hwang met with Gao Brothers for an interview before the opening of their exhibition Grandeur and Catharsis.

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Above: Gao Brothers,Two Portraits of Saddam Hussein, 2009
 

 

Interview with Artists: Gao Brothers Part 2 (In English)

5 Minutes 58 seconds

Exhibition curator Arthur Hwang continues his interview with China’s Gao Brothers on their work in the exhibition Grandeur and Catharsis.

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Above: Gao Brothers,Outer Space Project - Map of China, 2008
     
       
 

 
Interview with Artists: Gao Brothers Part 1 (In Chinese)
3 minutes 53 seconds

Exhibition curator Arthur Hwang met with Gao Brothers for an interview before the opening of their exhibition Grandeur and Catharsis.

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Above: Gao Brothers,Two Portraits of Saddam Hussein, 2009
       
 

 

Interview with Artists: Gao Brothers Part 2 (In Chinese)

8 Minutes 42 seconds

Exhibition curator Arthur Hwang continues his interview with China’s Gao Brothers on their work in the exhibition Grandeur and Catharsis.

 

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Above: Gao Brothers,Outer Space Project - Map of China, 2008
     
       
 

 
Focus on the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
5 minutes 4 seconds

Robert Pledge, president of Contact Press Images, discusses with Katherine Pill, Kemper Museum curatorial fellow, the significance of the Chinese cultural revolution to contemporary culture and the subject of his book Red-Color News Soldier, photographer Li Zhensheng.

An exhibition based on his book Red-Color News Soldier was featured at the Kansas CIty Public Library-Central Library.

     
Above: Gao Brothers, Miss Mao, 2006
       
 

 

Ana Maria Recites!

3 Minutes 23 seconds

Artist Ana Maria Hernando is joined by poet, writer and psychotherapist Kenneth Robinson of Nashville, Tennessee, to read their poetry in Spanish and English.

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Above: Ana Maria Hernando, La Montaña Trae Barcas de Azucenas-I, 2009
     
 
Music: Excerpt from Gallery Echo Sutras by Jeffrey Rukaman
         
 

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