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Finding Our Way: Modern Art, Misery, and the Pursuit of Happiness by David Lubin Guggenheim exhibition

    • Visual Arts

David Lubin, the Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest University, North Carolina, is the author of several books on American art, society, and popular culture. He discusses how Modern art, born in the Age of Revolution, sprang from a radically new concept in human history - that common citizens had the right to be happy.

David Lubin, the Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest University, North Carolina, is the author of several books on American art, society, and popular culture. He discusses how Modern art, born in the Age of Revolution, sprang from a radically new concept in human history - that common citizens had the right to be happy.

50 min

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