Helen Frankenthaler, Woodcuts, and the Tale of Genji: A conversation with Karen Kunc and Ikuho Amano
Karen Kunc and Ikuho Amano discuss the collaborative printmaking process and the 11th-century Japanese novel that inspired Helen Frankenthaler’s 34-color woodcut, “Tales of Genji I,” on view at Sheldon Museum of Art through December 31. Karen Kunc is an artist/printmaker and professor emeritus, and Ikuho Amano is an associate professor of Japanese at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Melissa Yuen, associate curator of exhibitions at Sheldon, moderates.
Live captions will be available during the virtual program.