[VIDEO] PhxArt Lectures: Chinese Jade & American Art History from Modernism to ’40s Abstraction

From The Curators: 

Above: A Very Long History of Chinese Jade (in about 45 minutes)
Hear from Janet Baker, PhD, the Museum’s curator of Asian art, as she discusses the deep influence of jade on Chinese society over centuries.

American Modernism to Thirties and Forties Abstraction
In this filmed lecture, Betsy Fahlman, PhD, the Museum’s adjunct curator of American art, traces the history of American art from American modernism to 1930s and ’40s abstraction.

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Top exhibitions are shown alongside the museum’s collection of more than 19,000 objects of American, Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, modern and contemporary art, photography and fashion design. Phoenix Art Museum hosts photography exhibitions through its landmark partnership with The University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography. Visitors can also enjoy the Lemon Art Research Library, the largest specialized fine arts library in the region, along with the Dorrance Sculpture Garden, the Thorne Miniature Rooms of historic interiors and a collection of works by renowned Arizona artist Philip C. Curtis. For additional information please visit phxart.org or call 602-257-1880.


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