Experiences of Art: Reflections on Masterpieces

“Art should be like an old friend with whom you never run out of things to talk about.”

Art historian Hilda Werschkul takes us on a historical and philosophical journey through art history — from the origins of creativity in prehistoric art, to the democratic values of classical Greek and Roman art, to the theoretical insights of the Renaissance era, and the birth of modernity and the dialectic between self expression and worldly engagement.

There will be a book signing following this event.











When: Mon., Sep. 18, 2017 at 12:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $25
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“Art should be like an old friend with whom you never run out of things to talk about.”

Art historian Hilda Werschkul takes us on a historical and philosophical journey through art history — from the origins of creativity in prehistoric art, to the democratic values of classical Greek and Roman art, to the theoretical insights of the Renaissance era, and the birth of modernity and the dialectic between self expression and worldly engagement.

There will be a book signing following this event.

Buy tickets/get more info now