Our next Fretworks program on Classical 101 will feature the Concierto Madrigal by Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo. It’s a concerto for two guitars, not quite as well-known as the more famous Concierto de Aranjuez. The Concierto Madrigal was written in the form of a suite and is based on the Renaissance madrigal “Felices ojos mios” (Happy Eyes of Mine).
While Tuymans is well-known to American collectors, this is the first opportunity for a wide public to experience his work.
Find out how Andy Warholâ€™s rare video work are the basis for this ground breaking exhibit at the Wexner Center, with a behind the scenes look with Eva Meyer-Hermann, independent curator from Cologne.
Wexner Center Executive Director Sherri Geldin talks about ANDY WARHOL: OTHER VOICES OTHER ROOMS.
The work of Jeff Smith, world renowned graphic artist and creator of Bone (which Time magazine called one of the 10 greatest graphic novels of all time), is on exhibit at the Wexner Center. Meet Jeff and follow him as he explores his own work on the page and in the gallery.