Episode 150: René de Guzman

July 13, 2008 · Print This Article

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Rene de Guzman

Recorded live in front of a studio audience at Triple Base Gallery on July 10th, 2008 as a part of the exhibition “Open for Business”. In this raw interview Brian and Patricia talk to René de Guzman about the cultural origins of art, how museums can be relevant in the 21st century, and Oakland’s future as an art center.

René de Guzman is the senior curator of art at the Oakland Museum of California. Previously, he was the director of visual arts at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA).

Triple Base Gallery
René de Guzman
Oakland Museum of California
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Mark Tribe
Creative Time
Angela Davis
César Chávez
Coretta Scott King
Howard Zinn
Paul Potter
Chicago Seven
Black Panthers
Mark Dion
David Wilson
Museum of Jurassic Technology
James Irvine Foundation
Dorothea Lange
Trevor Paglen
Charles and Ray Eames
Daniel Libeskind

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2 thoughts on “Episode 150: René de Guzman”

  1. Michael Workman says:

    Echo echo echo. C’mon people, I know it’s summer, but have a heart. Don’t let the dog-starving haters rule the roost!

  2. Interesting. I finally had time to listen. A “Loud hor” — I like that idea!

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