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The following illustrated video segments are excerpted from a public lecture that
artist Matthew Ritchie gave on April 25, 2007, at the National Arts Club as part of
the AFA’s lecture series ArtTalks. During his hour-long talk, Ritchie discussed
artists who have influenced his work and his thoughts about where his art fits in the
historical continuum. His PowerPoint presentation included charts illustrating some
of his complex, multidisciplinary theories, as well as installation views of his work
at the Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York and on the walls of the aquatic facility at
For more information about the Matthew Ritchie ArtTalk, please visit our Past ArtTalks section.
Image credits (top to bottom): Installation views of The Universal Adversary (2006, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York), Parents and Children (2000, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York), The Universal Adversary (2006, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York), and After Water (2005, Frieze Art Fair, London); Matthew Ritchie at AFA ArtTalks (2007)
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