“He said, she said,” a conversation between Clarion University Art Gallery director Vicky Clark and Andy Warhol Museum director Thomas Sokolowski about the Carnegie International, will take place at 4 p.m. Dec. 3 in Marwick-Boyd 120.
Clark worked at the Carnegie Museum of Art for 15 years. She is the unofficial historian of the Carnegie International, the museum’s signature survey series and the preeminent exhibition of new international art in the United States.
Sokolowski has been director of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and the Grey Art Gallery and Study Center at NYU. He is a founding member the activist collaborative Visual AIDS. He is credited with making the Warhol Museum a must-see destination with groundbreaking and controversial exhibitions, displaying images from Abu Ghraib as well as the postcards that depicted lynchings in the South.
Before this year’s Carnegie International opened, Clark and Sokolowski expressed their doubts about the importance of the August exhibition. Hear what they think now that they have seen the show.
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