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David Velasco talks with Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen about Titan’s Poesie

David Velasco talks with Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen about Titan’s Poesie

David Velasco talks with Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen about Titan's Poesie

On this episode of Beneath the Cowl, the artwork historian talks with David Velasco about her essay “Males Are Canines,” and what these six work by the Venetian grasp inform viewers about “the psychological mechanisms of male disgrace, impunity, and self-absolution.” Titian’s The Rape of Europa, 1559–62, is featured on the duvet of Artforum’s April situation.

Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen is performing director of the Williams Graduate Program within the Historical past of Artwork on the Clark Artwork Institute in Williamstown, MA. Her first e book, Trendy Artwork and the Remaking of Human Disposition, was launched final November by College of Chicago Press.

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This episode of Beneath the Cowl is sponsored by the Whitney Museum of American Artwork.



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