About the event

Artist Amy Sillman joins GC art historian David Joselit for a conversation about, among other things, the role of humor in painting and its often comedic process. Sillman talks about improvisation, awkwardness, and as she puts it, “the unknowing-ness, and nearly comic failures that can be part of how you make a painting.” Sillman’s work has been shown at prestigious institutions, including the MoMA, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Free, Reservations Required. To reserve seats for this lecture, click here.

Cosponsored by Public Programs and the Ph.D. Program in Art History, and the Writers' Institute. 

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