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Julian Schnabel in Dialogue with Peter Brant

Schnabel
When

Thursday, November 5, 2015
5:10 pm

Where

In-person Event

Michigan Theater
603 E Liberty St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Map/Directions

Details

Penny Stamps Speaker Series
Open to the public
Free of charge
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Celebrated for a visual language that brings together unexpected materials and radically unconventional techniques, artist Julian Schnabel has been a pioneering, and controversial, figure since his first solo exhibition in 1979. His paintings, sculptures, and works on paper have been the subject of numerous exhibitions at museums worldwide, including the recent exhibition of his work at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. For his Stamps Series appearance, Schnabel speaks with Peter Brant, leading art publisher (Art in America, Interview) and producer of Schabel’s 1996 feature film, Basquiat. Schnabel’s feature films also include Before Night Falls (2000), The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007), and Miral (2010).

9/17 Julian Schnabel Talk Rescheduled to 11/5

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design’s Penny Stamps Speaker Series regrettably has to reschedule their series kick-off event with Julian Schnabel.

Originally scheduled for Thursday, September 17, this talk will now take place on Thursday, November 5 at 5:10 pm in Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater (603 E. Liberty St.). The Patricia Urquiola talk originally scheduled for November 5 will take place as part of the Winter 2016 Penny Stamps Speaker Series, to be announced in late November 2015.

In partnership with the University of Michigan Museum of Art with support from the Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Joseph and Annette Allen, the University of Michigan Office of the Provost, the University of Michigan Health System, the Richard and Rosann Noël Endowment Fund, and Retirement Income Solutions.

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In accordance with the University of Michigan’s Standard Practice Guidelines on Freedom of Speech and Artistic Expression, the Penny Stamps Speaker Series does not censor our speakers or their content. The content provided is intended for adult audiences and does not reflect the views of the University of Michigan or Detroit Public Television.