April 29, 2011

75 Reasons to Live: Renny Pritikin on Robert Arneson

Renny Pritikin, director of the Nelson Gallery at UC Davis, discusses Bay Area artist Robert Arneson and his political portrait Harvey (1982). Pritikin places Arneson’s work in the context of political art, Funk Art, and the historical moment in San Francisco at the time of the assassinations of George Moscone and Harvey Milk.

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