Feature by Feature: Chuck Close, Prosopagnosia, and Pixels, Sat Oct 13

Posted October 8th, 2012 by Anthony

Don’t miss the newest event in the Access Series on Disability and Art at the de Young Museum

Chuck Close self portrait, 1977 print
Feature by Feature
Chuck Close, Prosopagnosia, and Pixels

Lecture by Amanda Cachia
with Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Anthony Tusler

de young Museum | Koret Auditorium saturday, october 13
10:30 a.m., reception following

In conjunction with the exhibition Chuck Close and Crown Point Press: Prints and Processes, this talk highlights how the disabilities of Chuck Close (b. 1940) have given his work a unique edge. Since the 1960s Close has created highly detailed, “pixelated” portraits as a means to better recognize and remember faces. Disability manifests itself about an alternative perception of the world.

this event is free of charge. to ensure availability,

please make requests for accommodations before October 1.

For information: rbradley@famsf.org or 415-750-7645

Date: September 5, 2012
October 13, 2012
de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park,
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive,
San Francisco, CA 94118
10:30 – 11:30 am – Chuck Close talk, by Amanda Cachia, in Koret Auditorium
11:30 am – 12:30 pm – reception in Piazzoni Murals Room
Presented by the de Young Museum’s Disability Access Advisors
No charge for talk and reception, exhibits have admission charges
www.deyoung.famsf.org or 415-750-3600
Chuck Close PDF flyer

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