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Frances Barth: Episode 57 / Frances Barth

Frances Barth: Episode 57 / Frances Barth

DeSound & Vision


Frances Barth: Episode 57 / Frances Barth

DeSound & Vision

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99 minutes
Sortie:
Mar 27, 2017
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Épisode du podcast

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Frances Barth was born in the Bronx, in New York City, and studied painting at Hunter College. While an art student she also studied modern dance, and performed in some of Yvonne Rainer’s work at Lincoln Center and the Billy Rose Theater in 1968-9. In 1972 Marcia Tucker put her painting “Henning” in the Whitney Museum Painting Annual, which resulted in her representation by Susan Caldwell For the past ten years Frances has also been working with animation and video. Her video, "Regina," a short portrait/documentary of the painter Regina Bogat, had its world premier at The Marfa Film Festival 2014. Her list of exhibitions and awards are just too long to list but highlights include The Joan Mitchell Award, an NEA Grant, the Guggenheim Fellowhip, and she is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Albright-Knox, and the Whitney Museum just to name a few from a very long list. She was a professor at the Yale School of Art for a significant time and was the Director Emeritus of the Mt.Royal School of Art, Maryland Institute. Brian visited Frances’ home studio in North Bergen, New Jersey and spoke about her youth in the Bronx, her formative years in New York City and her explorations into dance and animation.
Sortie:
Mar 27, 2017
Format:
Épisode du podcast