Posts Tagged ‘printmaking’

“Everyone He Photographed That Day Became Famous”: Philip Glass Talks About His Friend Chuck Close

Philip Glass has spent the last four decades as one of the most versatile, prolific, and adventurous composers in the world. His body of work includes more than 20 operas (Einstein on the Beach and The Voyage among them), and film scores ranging from The Hours to the Qatsi trilogy (unimaginable without his music) to [...]

The Corporation of Chuck: An Interview with Curator Terrie Sultan

Terrie Sultan is the organizing curator of the Corcoran's current exhibit "Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration," and author of the eponymous catalog. Currently a director of the Parish Art Museum on Eastern Long Island, Sultan originally organized the exhibition while she was director of the Blaffer Gallery, the art museum of the University of [...]