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A rare opportunity to hear T. J. Clark.

Hosted by the Consul of the New York Artists Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 16 Nov 18:00 - 19:30

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THIS LECTURE IS FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION.
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PLEASE BE IN FRONT OF THE AUDITORIUM AT 6:00 PRECISELY AS I WILL WALK INSIDE AT THAT TIME AND WILL NOT RESERVE SEATS FOR LATE PEOPLE.

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Delacroix: To Observe and Imagine
Presenter: T. J. Clark

Timothy James "T.J." Clark (born 12 April Protected content Bristol, England) is a British art historian and writer. He taught art history in a number of universities in England and the United States, including Harvard and the University of California, Berkeley.

Clark has been influential in developing the field of art history, examining modern paintings as an articulation of the social and political conditions of modern life. His orientation is distinctly leftist, and he has often referred to himself as a Marxist.

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DINNER OR DRINKS WILL FOLLOW at a nearby location for those who are interested in continuing the evening in good company.

DEFINITION OF "NEARBY" we will have to walk to 3/2 ave + a few block more.