An Retrospective of Anti-War Art
| March 26, 2019
Chwast: At War with War: Tutsi Skulls
The Binghamton University Art Museum presents its Spring Exhibition, ‘
Seymour Chwast: Works of War.’ Museum Director Diane Butler and guest curator Blazo Kovacevic join us to talk about Chwast’s works and the activities surrounding this exhibit, which includes a visit from the artist himself.
Photo credit; Seymour Chwast via Binghamton University Art Museum
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