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Docent Lecture: "Action and Reaction: The Avant-Garde at the Turn of the Century," by Marsha Holm
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Paul Cézanne, Forest Interior, ca. 1898–1899. Oil on canvas, Museum purchase, Mildred Anna Williams Collection, 1977.4
Florence Gould Theater
What makes progressive art not just new and different, but something that will have a long-term impact? Something that will make future artists act and react? This lecture puts works by Cézanne, Van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, and others from their era in the context of their times.
This lecture is free to the public. No reservations necessary. Museum admission is required.
Contact InformationCynthia Inaba