Please note that this program is in the past. Please visit thebroad.org/programs to see all upcoming programs.
Los Angeles artist Mark Bradford and Katy Siegel, professor and chief curator of the Hunter College Galleries in New York, discussed the work of Robert Rauschenberg, dubbed “artist-citizen” in 1976 during his retrospective at the Smithsonian American Art Museum for his dedication to philanthropy and focus on social issues in his art. Bradford, whose work includes photography, printmaking, collage, video, and installation pieces, often uses the discarded materials of urban life and has been influenced by Rauschenberg in his ongoing engagement with his South Central Los Angeles community.
Video of full program available above.