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Tracey Bashkoff, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, on the Guggenheim's relationship to Kandinsky.

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Tracey Bashkoff explains the organization of the exhibition, Kandinsky, and the various themes apparent in his work.

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The close collaboration between the Curatorial and Conservation departments at the Guggenheim Museum.

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Conservators' tools

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An in-depth look at Kandinsky's Sketch for “Composition II” (Skizze für “Komposition II”)

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Kandinsky's Light Picture (Helles Bild)

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Kandinsky's process

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September 18, 2009–January 13, 2010

“The curatorial department and the conservation department really work hand-in-hand in preparation for an exhibition. With Gillian’s studies of the different layers of Kandinsky’s work,” says Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, Tracey Bashkoff, of the work of Gillian McMillan, Senior Conservator, Collections, “we get a look into his whole procedure . . . and that sheds light on our art-historical research, as well.”

For further information about the exhibition, visit Kandinsky.

Kandinsky is a favorite ARTist of mine.

I did a series of "paintings"/ mural designs in Adobe Illustrator years ago based on his book "Point and Line to Plane".

I good non-representational ARTist to study if one wants to delve into abstraction.

Great video, I am just so sorry I did not make it to NY to see it in person.

This video was great. It had good production value and content that was meaty. The juxtaposition of curatorial and conservation insights were magic.

cool dude

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