Arte Institute suggests “Vostell’s Piano: A Fluxus Remembrance”, a lecture by Robert C. Morgan at Rooster Gallery.
Wednesday, February 18, 6.30 PM
190 Orchard Street, Lower East Side, NYC
Robert C. Morgan is a writer and artist who lectures frequently on the international circuit. Although he functions as a Professor of Art History at Pratt and the School of Visual Arts, his public involvement remains in art and criticism. He is author of The End of the Art World (1998) and the editor of books on Bruce Nauman (2002) and Clement Greenberg: Late Writings (2033). He is translated in 20 languages and, in recent years, has been involved with contemporary Chinese painting in his book, Reflections on the Condition of Recent Chinese Art (Beijing: Hebei Educational Publishers, 2013), translated into Mandarin by Zhu Chunhang. He is the first critic to receive the Arcale Award for International art criticism in Salamanca (1999), and steadily continues his career as a geometric painter, based on the Tao Teh Ching, for more than 40 years.