Whitney Stories: Barkley Hendricks on Alice Neel
Inspired by 'Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection,' a new 'Whitney Stories' series invites artists, scholars, and thinkers to discuss portraits that are meaningful to them. Barkley Hendricks and Alice Neel were friends, and paintings by both artists are included in the exhibition. Listen to Hendricks describe his connection to Neel and her work.
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