Installation of Calder-Picasso at the de Young museum, San Francisco 2021. Photography by Gary Sexton. Image used with permission of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
In partnership with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Columbia Club of Northern California, and the Columbia Club of Southern California, we invite you to join us for our art talk and explore the relationship between two legends of 20th century art. Best known for his graceful modernist mobiles, American Alexander Calder brought movement to sculpture through his ever-evolving artwork. Spanish artist Pablo Picasso created deeply personal work that alternated between realism and abstraction. By juxtaposing works dating from the 1920s to the 1970s, this presentation will examine the parallels between Calder and Picasso’s works while also looking at the unique qualities that make each artist distinctive. Don’t miss this insightful and thought-provoking visual conversation between two innovative artists who redefined modernism.
About Kathryn Zupsic
Kathryn Zupsic has been an art educator for over 25 years, working as a docent and lecturer for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the de Young Museum, Legion of Honor, and SFMOMA. She has given hundreds of presentations to adults and students in the Bay Area and on the Central Coast, and now heads up the virtual Art Talks program for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. A native of Portland, Kathryn has a degree in Spanish and Latin American Literature from the University of Oregon and is a graduate of La Varenne chef school in Paris.
Date: Friday April 9, 2021
Time: 9:30-10:30am Singapore (45min speaking, 10-15min Q&A)
Speaker: Kathryn Zupsic, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Moderator: Jennifer Lee CC'14
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