Talk to Me: A Graphic Designer Gets Graphic

Friday, January 08, 2010

Stefan Sagmeister, award-winning artist and graphic designer, joined Jungian analyst-in-training Patricia Llosa for The Red Book Dialogues at The Rubin Museum.

The dialogue got tongues wagging, literally, when Sagmeister and Llosa began by poking their tongues out at each other, imitating Sagmeister’s famous AIGA Fresh Dialogue poster. The tongue wagging didn’t stop there: When Sagmeister said that Jung’s paintings within the mandalas exhibited amateur technique, the crowd fought back. All in all, a very lively, image-centric lecture.


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For some reason the audio is not working on the Sagmeister/Llosa conversation. I just listed to the Andre Gregory presentation and it was fine.

Feb. 19 2010 12:58 PM

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Talk to Me brings you downloadable readings and conversations with writers, artists, and scholars – from author Joshua Ferris to choreographer Mark Morris to poet Sharon Olds – recorded at cultural institutions in New York City and beyond. Stream, download, or subscribe to the full-length podcasts here.


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