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Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will present lecture and Q&A with artist Joe Sola.

Featured in the Landmarks Video video art program last November, Sola uses themes of masculinity, sexuality, strength, heroism, and violence to investigate, or rather skewer, the art world and its mores. It is not just eyes, but the entire body, or physicality - particularly male - as well as its sociocultural implications that he utilizes, represents and scrutinizes in his art.

Sola will discuss his work, motivation and vision as an artist.

Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will present lecture and Q&A with artist Joe Sola.

Featured in the Landmarks Video video art program last November, Sola uses themes of masculinity, sexuality, strength, heroism, and violence to investigate, or rather skewer, the art world and its mores. It is not just eyes, but the entire body, or physicality - particularly male - as well as its sociocultural implications that he utilizes, represents and scrutinizes in his art.

Sola will discuss his work, motivation and vision as an artist.

Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will present lecture and Q&A with artist Joe Sola.

Featured in the Landmarks Video video art program last November, Sola uses themes of masculinity, sexuality, strength, heroism, and violence to investigate, or rather skewer, the art world and its mores. It is not just eyes, but the entire body, or physicality - particularly male - as well as its sociocultural implications that he utilizes, represents and scrutinizes in his art.

Sola will discuss his work, motivation and vision as an artist.

WHEN

WHERE

The Visual Arts Center in The University of Texas at Austin Art Building
2301 Trinity St.
Austin, TX 78712
http://landmarks.utexas.edu/event/artist-lecture-and-qa-joe-sola

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