37 min

Body Language: The Art of Larry Day Woodmere Diving Board Podcast

    • Arts

On this episode, we’re diving into the masterful work of the late Philadelphia artist, Larry Day. He was known as “The Dean of Philadelphia Painters” and was very much the “Art-Historian Artist.” Day lived from 1921 – 1998 and spent most of his life in Cheltenham Township just outside of Philadelphia.

Woodmere has been an avid collector of Day’s work, and is thrilled to be presenting "Body Language: The Art of Larry Day." It’s a unique multi-part exhibition that Woodmere is organizing together with University of the Arts and Arcadia University.

We’ll be spending this episode hearing from Ruth Fine and David Bindman. Without Ruth, we never could have put this exhibition together. Ruth was married to Larry Day and enjoyed an extraordinary career as a curator at the National Gallery of Art. And David Bindman, a longtime friend of Ruth and Larry’s, and took on the role as guest curator of this amazing exhibition.

On this episode, we’re diving into the masterful work of the late Philadelphia artist, Larry Day. He was known as “The Dean of Philadelphia Painters” and was very much the “Art-Historian Artist.” Day lived from 1921 – 1998 and spent most of his life in Cheltenham Township just outside of Philadelphia.

Woodmere has been an avid collector of Day’s work, and is thrilled to be presenting "Body Language: The Art of Larry Day." It’s a unique multi-part exhibition that Woodmere is organizing together with University of the Arts and Arcadia University.

We’ll be spending this episode hearing from Ruth Fine and David Bindman. Without Ruth, we never could have put this exhibition together. Ruth was married to Larry Day and enjoyed an extraordinary career as a curator at the National Gallery of Art. And David Bindman, a longtime friend of Ruth and Larry’s, and took on the role as guest curator of this amazing exhibition.

37 min

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