Stanley William Hayter: From Surrealism to Abstraction

Judith Brodie, curator and head of the department of modern prints and drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington

English artist Stanley William Hayter has been widely celebrated for his influence on creative printmaking in America and Europe. In this podcast, produced on the occasion of the Gallery exhibition Stanley William Hayter: From Surrealism to Abstraction, Judith Brodie talks to host Barbara Tempchin about the range of Hayter’s work in the exhibition, including his surrealist engravings, linear abstractions inspired by motion and mathematics, and fully worked copperplates and plaster casts.

National Gallery of Art, May 31–August 23, 2009

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