Symposium: What’s It All Mean?
April 25, 2010; 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
John Beebe, Bill Berkson, Wanda Corn, Jock Reynolds, Paul Schimmel
What does it all mean—the captivating content and singular style of William Wiley’s art?
Artist, art historian, curator, poet, and Jungian analyst convene for a probing look at Wiley’s artistic achievement and his place in American art. Among the many facets of his work to be addressed are text as image; performance; literary influences; and Jungian imagery.
Speakers are: John Beebe, M.D., noted authority on Jungian psychology; poet and critic Bill Berkson; Wanda Corn, professor and chair, Stanford University Department of Art History; Jock Reynolds, director of the Yale University Art Gallery; and Paul Schimmel, chief curator of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. The discussion will be moderated by BAM/PFA’s Chief Curator and Director of Programs and Collections Lucinda Barnes.
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