Mark Lavatelli Participates in Google Art Talk

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July 10, 2013

On July 5, Mark Lavatelli, professor and interim chair of the humanities program, participated in a Google Art Project talk. In addition to hosting museums all over the world on their website, the Google Art Project also holds weekly Art Talks on their social media channel and YouTube.

The Google Art Talk was held in conjunction with the exhibition Richard Diebenkom: The Berkeley Years, 1953-1966, at the de Young Museum, San Francisco, which will be on display until September 29, 2013.

The conversation was structured around the notion of space – geographic, digital and aerial. Lavatelli contributed insights regarding Diebenkorn’s earlier Albuquerque (New Mexico) period.

You can listen to the July 5 Google Art Project here.

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