Ruth Bowman appears in the following:
Thursday, December 09, 1971
Author discussed his book, Icons and Images of the Sixties. Discussion of 60's art world attitudes and controversies - attitude of experimentation - enigmatic art/withholding knowledge. Mention of Jasper Johns, Marcel Duchamp, Wittgenstein's theories of art.
WNYC archives id: 8613
Thursday, December 02, 1971
Thursday, November 18, 1971
Host Ruth Bowman speaks with sculptor James Wines (b. 1932) from SITE, Sculpture In The Environment.
WNYC archives id: 11109
Wednesday, July 07, 1971
Guest: George Heard Hamilton, Director of Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., and Professor of Art, Williams College.
Author discusses his book, 19th and 20th Century Art: Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture on art history and author’s experiences curating modern art collections at Yale and Williams ...
Monday, June 14, 1971
Join Views on Art host, Ruth Bowman, as she speaks with art publisher, Rosa Esman of Tanglewood Press to discuss contemporary American graphics and editioned art.
Although the concept of editioned artworks, or multiples, was not new to the 20th century, many would credit Marcel Duchamp with ...
Wednesday, May 12, 1971
Director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art, Ulfert Wilke, talks with host Ruth Bowman.
WNYC archives id: 11108
Sunday, January 03, 1971
This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.
Guest:Maurice Grosser (painter, author of Painters Progress)
Discussion of art education in the US; overview of painting techniques and methods, color theory, problems of portraiture (as discussed in ...
Thursday, November 19, 1970
Views on Art host, Ruth Bowman, speaks with painter Leon Polk Smith about his then current exhibition of his earlier work at the Galerie Challete in New York City.
Intent on pursuing graduate studies in teaching, Oklahoman Leon Polk Smith moved to New York City in 1936 ...
Saturday, October 17, 1970
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Dr. Alfred Frankenstein, art critic, San Francisco Chronicle, curator of American Art, U.C. Berkeley, adjunct Prof of Art History, NYU and Prof of Art, ...
Wednesday, August 19, 1970
Join Views on Art host Ruth Bowman as she talks with David W. Evans and Mahonri Sharp Young about the Whitney’s Christensen panorama exhibition, Mormon art and architecture.
In its May/June issue of 1970, Art in America published a feature by Carl Carmer entitled, “A Panorama of ...
Thursday, June 25, 1970
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Art is no stranger to socio-political subject matter, as exemplified by pieces like Picasso’s Guernica. But can the role of the artist go ...
Tuesday, June 02, 1970
Listen to Ruth Bowman as she interviews William Woolfenden, Director of The Archives of American Art, just after it had joined the Smithsonian.
WNYC archives id: 11105
Thursday, April 23, 1970
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Though a working artist for the span of some 80 years, Hedda Stern may be best known for simply being in a photograph ...
Thursday, March 05, 1970
Thursday, November 06, 1969
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Victor D'Amico, Director, Department of Education and the Art Center, MOMA, discusses education at MOMA.
WNYC archives id: 8633
Thursday, October 30, 1969
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Guest: John Hightower, Executive Director, New York State Council on the Arts
Discussion: How taxpayer funds are used by the ...
Thursday, September 18, 1969
S. Dillon Ripley, Secretary Of Smithsonian, advisory board member of Cooper-Hewitt, on Carnegie Mansion as Cooper-Hewitt Museum.
WNYC archives id: 8634
Wednesday, September 03, 1969
Guest: Tom Freudenheim, Assistant Director, Univ. of Calif. Berkeley Art Gallery.
Topic: “American Paintings Since 1945” – traveling Smithsonian exhibit (1969) shown behind the Iron Curtain (Romania, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia). Exhibit included works by De Kooning, Warhol, Ellsworth Kelly, others. Discussed reactions of Eastern Europeans to modern American painting. Briefly ...
Sunday, June 15, 1969
WNYC archives id: 8656
Thursday, April 24, 1969
Views on Art host, Ruth Bowman speaks with John Baur, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
John Baur is on the show to discuss the current exhibition: Contemporary American Sculpture: Selection 2, funded in part by the Howard and Jean Lipman Foundation. The Lipmans were ...