Collectors Circle Lecture: Contemporary Printmaking
Susan Tallman, who has written an essay for the Marks Made catalogue, will focus on contemporary printmaking. She has written and lectured extensively on the history and culture of the print, as well as on issues of authenticity, reproduction, and multiplicity.
Ms. Tallman is Editor-in-Chief of the noted international journal and website Art in Print, and her writing has appeared in Art in America, Parkett, Art on Paper, Print Quarterly, Arts Magazine, and many other publications. Her books include The Contemporary Print from Pre-Pop to Postmodern, The Collections of Barbara Bloom, Silent & Violent: Selected Artists’ Editions, and numerous catalogues.
She has lived and worked in New York, Amsterdam, and Berlin and currently teaches in the departments of Printmedia and Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Ms. Tallman holds her BA from Wesleyan University and her MA in art history and archeology from Columbia University.
Collectors Circle Lecture Series
Free with MFA admission, open to the public
Sponsored by Northern Trust
This outstanding series features some of the world’s foremost art historians, curators, artists, and collectors. The public is invited to these free lectures. An always elegant reception for Collectors Circle members, also sponsored by Northern Trust, is held one hour before the lecture. Seymour Gordon, Honorary Trustee and past President of the MFA Board, is President of the Collectors Circle.