Art and Obsolescence

Episode 005: Glenn Wharton

September 28, 2021 Ben Fino-Radin Episode 5
Art and Obsolescence
Episode 005: Glenn Wharton
Show Notes

On this week's show I chat with art conservator Glenn Wharton, who years ago was MoMA's first-ever time-based media conservator, and the fist museum conservator specializing in time-based media in the US. Today Glenn is the Lore and Gerald Cunard Chair, UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Professor of Art History and Conservation of Material Culture.

Links from the conversation with Glenn

David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base
https://artistarchives.hosting.nyu.edu/DavidWojnarowicz/KnowledgeBase/index.php/Main_Page.html

Joan Jonas Knowledge Base
https://artistarchives.hosting.nyu.edu/Initiative/the-joan-jonas-knowledge-base/

The Painted King: Art, Activism, and Authenticity in Hawai‘i
 https://uhpress.hawaii.edu/title/the-painted-king-art-activism-and-authenticity-in-hawaii/

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