Episode 207: Larry Rinder part deux

August 16, 2009 · Print This Article

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This week Patricia and Brian sit down again with Lawrence Rinder. In the last interview, they discussed his role as the director of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and it new building campaign. In this conversation they focus on his curatorial career, and his most recent exhibition Galaxy: A Hundred or So Stars Visible to the Naked Eye. Previously he was the Dean at California College of the Arts, curated for the Whitney Museum of American Art, and founded the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art at CCA.
Les Paul, RIP
UC Berkeley Art Museum
Pacific Film Archive
Larry Rinder
Whitney Biennial
Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Tim Hawkinson
Nayland Blake
Galaxy: A Hundred or So Stars Visible to the Naked Eye
Raymond Pettibon
Cindy Sherman
Charles Ray
Bruce Conner
Nan Goldin
Beatrice Caracciolo
the Bay Area
Jay Defeo
Harry Kramer
Todd Bura
Benjamin Franklin Reinhart
Rosenquist
Zoe Leonard
Pollock
Dürer
Duchamp
Guston
Frankenthaler
Nature Morte
Judith Barry
Kevin Larman
Daniel Schreber
Freud
Lacan
Jung
Balthus
de Kooning
Warhol
School of Visual Art
Agnes Martin
CCA
Wattis Institute
Martin Friedman
Walker Art Center
Rosie Lee Tompkins
outsider art
Chris Johanson
Margaret Kilgallen
MoMA
The Met

3 Responses to “Episode 207: Larry Rinder part deux”

  1. Excellent show!

  2. Great discussion Larry! You too, Patricia and Brian!

  3. Nice to know Super Man is on the Art team.

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