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Talk to Me: The Man Behind Mad Men

Monday, February 22, 2010

Mad Men Producer Matthew Weiner may have created the character of Don Draper, but he is nothing like his inscrutable leading man. Get the download here.

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Talk To Me: Running Away to NYC

Friday, February 05, 2010

Mike Chico, a 56-year-old building super, is one of the many unique individuals interviewed as part of the Rubin Museum's "Red Book Dialogue" series, based on Carl Jung's The Red Book.

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Talk To Me: The Doctor Gets Analyzed

Monday, February 01, 2010

“I’m just dog pedaling in dark high water, because this thing is a mind-blowing image,” said Professor Cornell West when he was given one of two images from Carl Jung's Red Book. Stream West's perspective on Jung's project here.

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Talk to Me: Emitting Ecstatic Energy

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Writer and composer John Adams' discusses Carl Jung's paintings. and travels in the unconscious mind. Stream the conversation here.

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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.

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Talk To Me: A Psychic Debates Jung's Sanity

Friday, January 08, 2010

Psychic Pattie Canova performs a tarot card reading for long-dead Carl Jung. Stream the results of her reading here.

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Talk To Me: Hitler and the Dalai Lama

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Film director Andre Gregory made more than polite dinner conversation recently at the Rubin Museum. In the new "Red Book Dialogue" series, Gregory brought up some major daddy issues when confronted with the sketch of an abstract-looking horned manimal. 

 

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Talk to Me: Out To Sea

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Stream Adam Gopnik's perspective on Jung's expression of artistic turbulence.

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Talk To Me: Designer Royalty Discusses Motherhood

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Artist, designer jeans queen, and novelist Gloria Vanderbilt revealed stories oif hallucinations, taxidermy and parenting at the Rubin Museum's "Red Book Dialogues."

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Talk To Me: Web 2.0 and Beyond

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Robin Chase, CEO of online carpooling service GoLoco and former CEO of ZipCar, joined Jungian expert Bruce Parent to work through her issues with environmental decay, urban planning, global culture, and where the web is taking us.

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Talk To Me: Jungian look at Mystery Science Theater

Friday, December 04, 2009

Actress Kathleen Chalfant has starred on Broadway, in plays including Wit and Angels in America.  She was in a different role recently at the Rubin Museum of Art, discussing the theories of psychoanalyst Carl Jung as part of the Museum's Red Book Dialogues.

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Talk To Me: Faith, Nature and Social Activism

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Alice Walker is known for her fierce, poetic writing and her politically charged ideas.  She opened up to a Jungian analyst in front of a live audience at the Rubin Museum of Art, one of our partners in the Talk To Me series.

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Talk To Me: Charlie Kaufman Bares His Unconscious

Monday, November 30, 2009

Filmmaker Charlie Kaufman and Jungian analyst John Beebe plumbed the depths of the writer's famously complex mind during a Jungian chat last month at the Rubin Museum.

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Jung's Beautiful Midlife Crisis

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Carl Jung, one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century, had his own very fraught and very formative 'confrontation with the unconscious.' He meticulously documented the experience. But his journals have remained unpublished and shrouded in mystery -- until now. Bound as a single volume, The Red Book will be released tomorrow. And it could throw the door open on a whole new way to understand Jung’s life and work.

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