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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2023 Jennifer Dasal
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Join us on an ALL-NEW episode as we take a Virtual Vacation to Mexico City! Today, we'll delve into the vibrant world of contemporary art-- from renowned galleries to innovative art fairs, we'll guide you through the city's bustling art scene. In Today's Episode: 🏙️ **Exploring Galleries:** - Discover Galería OMR, a longstanding player in Mexico Ci…
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🎙️ **ArtCurious Virtual Vacation: Mexico City Museums** Get ready for an art-filled adventure in Mexico City! Join us in an ALL-NEW podcast series as we explore the cultural treasures of this vibrant capital. From ancient artifacts to contemporary masterpieces, we'll take you on a journey through the city's most iconic museums. 🖼️ **Highlights:** -…
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SURPRISE! We’re back with you for some bonus episodes of ArtCurious this spring! First up: we’re thrilled to announce an all-new tour this September with Like Minds Travel. Today on the show, we’re welcoming LMT’s Laura Hart to chat about group travel: how she puts together these incredible, special excursions, making friends all over the world, an…
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Today, it’s a very special episode of ArtCurious— and a big ol’ thank you, to you. If you’d like to donate to ArtCurious, please feel free to do so here. Episode Credits: Production and Editing by Kaboonki. Theme music by Alex Davis. Additional music by Storyblocks. Logo by Vaulted.co. ArtCurious is sponsored by Anchorlight, an interdisciplinary cr…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I’ve been waiting to share this amazing conversation that I enjoyed recently with expat and author Joanna Moorhead about her fantastic new biography, Surreal Spaces: The Life and Art of Leonora Carrington. The British-born artist and writer Leonora Carrington (1917–2011) is one of the…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I’ve been waiting to share this amazing conversation that I enjoyed recently with expat and author Jeannie Marshall about her lovely book, All Things Move: Learning to Look in the Sistine Chapel. What do we hope to get out of seeing a famous piece of art? Jeannie Marshall asked that q…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I’ve been waiting to share this amazing conversation that I enjoyed earlier this summer with author Patrick Bringley, all about his fantastic book about his time as a guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His book, All the Beauty in the World: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Me,…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I’ve been waiting to share this amazing conversation that I enjoyed earlier this spring with author Annie Cohen-Salal, all about her wonderful new book, Picasso the Foreigner (translated by Sam Taylor). Before Picasso became Picasso—the iconic artist now celebrated as one of France’s …
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I absolutely loved this new book by author and journalist Michael Finkel, and I didn't want to wait any longer to share it with you. Finkel's latest book, The Art Thief: A True Story of Love, Crime, and a Dangerous Obsession, is about the world's most prolific art thief-- and believe …
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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This season, I’m rounding up stories about modern artists in love, in lust, in relationships— digging into these individuals, see how their liaisons, marriages, affairs, and connections played in or on their respective works of art, and how, if anything, they affected art history as we know it. I, for one, believe that it’s time for Modern Love. To…
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Hey friends, I have a show that I’d like to share with you today. It’s right up my personal alley--so much so that I made a similarly-themed season of ArtCurious a few years back. Today it’s a pleasure to introduce you to The Art of Crime. The Art of Crime is a history podcast about the unlikely collisions between true crime and the arts--created, …
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Sponsor ArtCurious for as little as $4 on Patreon Listeners, I heard you—a bunch of self-admitting hopeless romantics who wanted to hear more about people bound by attraction, fascination. By love. Though there are examples of romantic and sexual relationships between creators that are sprinkled throughout art history as we know it, it’s true that …
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Hello ArtCurious listeners! This is ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is Friday, March 31, 2023. This week’s stories: CNN: Scientists identify secret ingredient in Leonardo da Vinci paintings NBC News: Unknown Jackson Pollock painting found in police raid …
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Hello listeners! This is ArtCurious News this Week, our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is Friday, March 24, 2023. This week’s stories: ArtNews: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Closes Early After Plans for ‘Guerilla Art Installation’ by Climate Activists Leak CNN: Scientists confi…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. Instead of doing our typical Friday news cast, I’m sharing a recent discussion I had with author Damian Dibben about his latest novel, The Colour Storm. Set in the cutthroat art-world of Renaissance Venice, The Colour Storm is about the search for a new color. The daring young painter…
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Anyone familiar with Abstract Expressionism will tell you that this art movement was one where all the insiders or practitioners were more closely involved than many other art movements. Such close confines also made for some serious rivalries, too. But there were other artists who were more intimately involved with one another and their artistic p…
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Hello and how are you, ArtCurious listeners! This is ArtCurious News this Week, our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is Friday, March 10, 2023. This week’s stories: The Art Newspaper: Vatican returns Parthenon sculptures to Greece in 'historic event' The Art Newspaper: Notre Dame t…
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Hello and how are you, ArtCurious listeners! This is ArtCurious News this Week, our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is Friday, March 3, 2023. This week’s stories: New York Times: High-Profile Art Couple Offers Worst Job Ever The Art Newspaper: The must-see exhibitions in 2023: fro…
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Hello and how are you, ArtCurious listeners! Jennifer here with your short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. This is ArtCurious News this Week and I’m ready to roll. Today is Friday, February 17, 2023. This week’s stories: ArtNews: Vermeer Retrospective Sells Out All Tickets…
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I’ve got a great interview for you today— this time, I’m featuring a conversation with Julia Voss on her fascinating book, Hilma af Klint, a Biography, which was released recently in its English translation. The Swedish painter Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) was forty-four years old when she broke with the academic tradition in which she had been train…
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Hello and how are you, ArtCurious listeners! Jennifer here with your short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. This is ArtCurious News this Week and I’m ready to roll. Today is Friday, February 10, 2023. This week’s stories: The Art Newspaper: Huge earthquakes in Turkey and Sy…
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Hello, listeners! I’ve got a special surprise for you this week. I’m sharing an episode of the fun, all-ages art podcast, Who ARTed. Who ARTed is a show created by an art teacher with the goal of making art history fun and interesting for listeners of any age, so if you're looking for a show that you can enjoy with the kids, Kyle shares fun facts a…
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Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, February 3, 2023. This week’s stories: BBC: Mystery…
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Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, January 27th, 2023. This week’s stories: ArtNews: H…
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, January 20th, 2023. This week’s stories: New York T…
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Happy Friday, and Happy New Year, listeners! Welcome back to with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, January 13, 2023. This week’s stories: New York…
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, December 16, 2022. This week’…
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Last year, I enjoyed a fantastic live conversation on Fireside with author and art critic Jennifer Higgie about her latest book, The Mirror and the Palette: Rebellion, Revolution, and Resilience: Five Hundred Years of Women's Self Portraits. I love this book and gobbled it up in a day— I meant it when I said that I really love this book!— and I ado…
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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Welcome to a bonus episode of ArtCurious featuring my interview with Paul Fisher about his latest book, The Grand Affair: John Singer Sargent in His World. An iconic American artist, John Singer Sargent was also a complicated and mysterious man. While presenting himself as a reserved, buttoned-up businessman, he scandalized viewers on both sides of…
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Sponsor ArtCurious for as little as $4 on Patreon For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selectio…
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Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, November 18, 2022. This week’…
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Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, November 11, 2022. This week’…
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, November 4, 2022. This week’s…
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Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, FINALLY back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, October 28, 2022. Thi…
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For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that …
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We’re back on ArtCurious with another great interview episode for you today. Today’s episode features a conversation about Picasso’s War, a recent book by journalist Hugh Eakin. Today we think of New York as the center of the twentieth century art world, but it took three determined men, two world wars, and one singular artist to secure the city’s …
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