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Art Reset: Color Theory in Roger Toledo's Landscapes

  • Arthur Ross Gallery 220 South 34th Street, 19104 (map)
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Join us for a discussion of the color theory and historical
context behind the landscapes in Roger Toledo’s Soy Cuba /
I am Cuba series. Francesca Bolfo, a first-year Ph.D.
student in the Department of the History of Art will discuss
how the works of Josef Albers and Ludwig Wittgenstein help
us understand and appreciate the chromatic complexities of
the series. Brett Robert, a second-year Ph.D. student in the
Department of History, will discuss the historical context
behind the locations depicted in Toledo’s work.

Coffee will be served.