Cézanne and Pissarro in the 1870s

October 1, 2009

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Launching this season's lecture series Rethinking Modernism, which explores the impact of the "modern" on contemporary art and thought, renowned scholar T. J. Clark of the University of California at Berkeley looks at the period when Pissarro and Cézanne painted side by side, before differences emerged that constituted a decisive parting of the ways within modernism.

 

Recorded Thursday, October 01, 2009 at The Art Institute of Chicago-Fullerton Hall.