[artinfo] Thierry de Duve

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Wed Oct 7 10:30:34 CEST 2015

The MA Aesthetics and Politics Program at CalArts is delighted to 
welcome fall 2015 Theorist-in-Residence, art theorist Thierry de Duve.

As Theorist-in-Residence, de Duve will give two public lectures.

Lecture 1:

"Le sens de la famille: Aesthetics as the Transcendental Ground of Democracy"

Wednesday, November 4, 8pm,

Lecture 2: 

"Art as Symbol of the Politically Good"

Friday, November 6, 4:30pm,

Thierry de Duve is Distinguished Lecturer at Hunter College, New 
York, and was Kirk Varnedoe Visiting Professor at the Institute of 
Fine Arts, New York University for the fall semester of 2013. His 
English publications include Pictorial Nominalism (1991), Kant after 
Duchamp (1996), Clement Greenberg Between the Lines (1996, 
2010), Look-100 Years of Contemporary Art (2001), and Sewn In the 
Sweatshops of Marx: Beuys, Warhol, Klein, Duchamp (2012). In 2013-14, 
he published six essays in Artforum, which he will gather in a book 
tentatively titled Duchamp's Telegram. He is presently finishing a 
book of essays on aesthetics, forthcoming from the University of 
Chicago Press.

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