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Giuseppe Zambonini papersOpen Atelier of Design Lecture Series ➔ What Is Real?

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Alternate Title

Lecture: Gerald Hahn Lecture: Gerald Hahn ()

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E H Gombrich (subject)
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Claude Monet (subject)
Frank Stella (subject)
Auguste Rodin (subject)
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Gerhard Hahn (speaker)

Date

1978

Date

1978

Description

What does the term realism really mean? Gerald Hahn presents many examples throughout the history of (mostly) western art. Categories of abstraction. New perceptual experiences. The active eye.

Identifier

KA0130_OA_10

Citation

What Is Real?. 1978. Giuseppe Zambonini papers; Open Atelier of Design Lecture Series. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 23 Oct 2019.

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