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Artists reflect on what art is and what inspires them.
Watch artist Suzanne Bocanegra present Honor, a stage work that masquerades as an artist lecture about one of The Met's most important 16th-century tapestries.
"What can an audience tell the performer?" William Wegman on his video work from 1970–1999
Listen to sculptor Robert Laurent (1890–1970) tell his story of emigrating from Brittany, France to New York City in the early twentieth century.
"Can nature's fragility be perceived?" Ranjani Shettar on her installation "Seven ponds and a few raindrops."
"How does a foreigner define America?" Alyce Englund on Charles-Honoré Lannuier's pier table.
“How does an outsider get in?” Kerry James Marshall on his painting, Untitled (Studio)
Artist Cecily Brown reflects on medieval sculptures of the Madonna and Child in this episode of The Artist Project.
Artist Jacob El Hanani reflects on the Mishneh Torah by Master of the Barbo Missal in this episode of The Artist Project.
Artist Nan Goldin reflects on Julia Margaret Cameron in this episode of The Artist Project.
Artist Mary Weatherford reflects on Goya's Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga in this episode of The Artist Project.