Robert Lehman Lecture Series at Dia:Chelsea

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The Robert Lehman Lectures on Contemporary Art series, 1992-2004, fostered discussion of Dia's West 22nd Street exhibition program and was funded by the Robert Lehman Foundation. Scholars and critics from a variety of disciplines analyzed work shown at Dia within the context of the artists' aesthetic and overall body of work and in relation to larger issues in contemporary culture. Anthologies of the lectures are for sale in the Books section of Dia's website.

 

 

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