Film

Hans Hofmann: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist (2002, 56 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Free; no reservations required. 

Kahn Auditorium

Auguste Rodin: Hands of a Genius (2006, 43 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Alexander Calder (1998, 57 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Free; no reservations required. 

Kahn Auditorium

Rothko’s Rooms (2000, 60 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Free; no reservations required. 

Kahn Auditorium

Alexander Calder (1998, 57 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Free; no reservations required. 

Kahn Auditorium

Hans Hofmann: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist (2002, 56 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Free; no reservations required. 

Kahn Auditorium

Auguste Rodin: Hands of a Genius (2006, 43 min.)

About the series: This documentary series traces the life stories of four of modern art’s most ambitious, penetrating, and lyrical artists. Their unique achievements are beautifully characterized with discussions about important masterpieces and archival footage, as well as interviews with art historians, friends and family, and other artists. Offered in conjunction with The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass.

Rosslyn Chapel (2014, 60 min.)

About the series: This stunning series takes an in-depth look at the fascinating stories and inner workings of four of Scotland’s most magnificent country estates, through the eyes of not only the current owners and the ghillies, gardeners, and housekeepers that keep them running, but also from the viewpoint of the visitors who make pilgrimages these sumptuous residences. Offered in conjunction with Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland

Kincardine Castle (2014, 60 min.)

About the series: This stunning series takes an in-depth look at the fascinating stories and inner workings of four of Scotland’s most magnificent country estates, through the eyes of not only the current owners and the ghillies, gardeners, and housekeepers that keep them running, but also from the viewpoint of the visitors who make pilgrimages these sumptuous residences. Offered in conjunction with Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland

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