It’s been 27 years since art historian Linda Nochlin published her essay “The Imaginary Orient,” a critique of sexist and racist depictions of “brown and black folk” by Western artists such as Jean-Léon Gérôme. Back then, “I was put off… More»
"A warm wind is blowing over Los Angeles, it’s not a Santa Ana. Rather, it blows straight from bowels of burlesque Belgian wizard James Ensor." —Curator of Paintings, Scott Allan
The only talk you’ll ever need to hear on James Ensor.
The Scandalous Art of James Ensor closes September 7 at the Getty Center.