Sheila and Tom discuss the exhibit of photographer Dawoud Bey at the National Gallery of Art: the Birmingham Project.
Sheila and Tom talk with Beverley Magennis, ceramic artist and novelist.
Tom and Sheila talk about Rockwell’s “Four Freedoms” and other paintings, currently on exhibit at the George Washington University Museum of Art, in Washington DC.
Tom and Sheila talk with Washington DC artists Leslie Blackmon, Carol Blume,
and Melvin Nesbitt.
Tom Xenakis and musician Lyle Peters discuss the language of art and music. Broadcast 1/26/2019
Tom and Sheila talk with recent art-school graduates, Eliza Singerman Wapner and Yianni Mikalis.
Sheila and Tom discuss some of the iconic works in illustration and fine art that depicted Thanksgiving, and others associated with abundance, a bountiful harvest, and a celebration of the fruits of one’s labors. The works of early American painters, such as Edward Hicks and John Singleton Copley, are discussed; and there’s an interesting discussion of the place in American art of Normal Rockwell and others often excluded from consideration by critics.
Tom Xenakis talks with DJ Clyde Ensslin and album cover artist, Richard Bangham, about contemporary album covers.
Air date: Nov 17, 2018