Speaker - Richard Kendall

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Exhibition curator and independent scholar Richard Kendall is Curator at Large for The Clark. He received his master's degree in art history from Courtauld Institutue of Art in London in 1971. In 1996, Kendall received the Hawthornden Prize for Art Criticism, awarded for the catalogue of Degas: Beyond Impressionism. He most recently curated the exhibition Degas and the Dance for the Detroit Institute of Art and Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Kendall has written several books and scholarly catalogues, articles in scholarly journals, catalogues for private galleries, and exhibition and book reviews, along with delivered lectures and papers at institutions in Europe and the United States. Many have heard and seen his work as a consultant, writer and narrator on television and radio programs including a one-hour film in the Great Performances Series, Degas and the Dance on New York channel 13.

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Richard Kendall: Picasso Looks at Degas

08.21.10 | 00:09:53 min | 0 comments