The DCA Art Lecture Series continues this week. Here are highlights from last week’s presentation.

Art Lecture Series continues this week.On October 8th, Jane Panetta, Associate Curator from the Whitney Museum of American Art, spoke about the Whitney Museum’s inaugural exhibition, “America is Hard to See”, and the show’s conception and organization. Ms. Panetta discussed the process of selecting work for the show, the organizing themes of the exhibition, and the significance of the Whitney’s collection being presented in-depth, in its new downtown home. The presentation touched on early work included in the show from approximately 1900 to 1950, featuring examples by American Modernists such as Marsden Hartley, Stuart Davis, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Edward Hopper.

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