Exploring Ethical Dilemmas in: Art Criticism with Deborah Solomon
October 7 @ 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm
What makes one piece of art deserving of glowing reviews and sky-high prices — while others are completely ignored? Join us for an exploration of the challenges and ethical dilemmas experienced by art critic Deborah Solomon.
Deborah Solomon is an art critic and biographer. Her weekly column, “Questions For” ran in The New York Times Magazine from 2003 to 2011. She is currently the art critic for WNYC Public Radio. Solomon is a prize-winning biographer, and her books include Jackson Pollock: A Biography, Utopia Parkway: The Life of Jospeh Cornell, and American Mirror: The Art and Life of Norman Rockwell.
She is currently writing a full-scale biography of Jasper Johns.
Members FREE; Guests $5
What does one do when there’s no clearly defined ethical road to take? This program features speakers from a variety of backgrounds — medicine, law, business, science, education, the arts, social work, etc. — who share their experience and knowledge of ethical issues in those fields. Monthly, 1st Monday.