Fernando Botero in Conversation with Berkeley professor and poet Robert Hass
January 29, 2007
Panel discussion with Berkeley professors T.J. Clark, Francine Masiello and Thomas Laqueur
Torture, Human Rights and Terrorism
Panel discussion with Aryeh Neier, José Zalaquett, Jenny Martinez and Philip Zimbardo
Fernando Botero in conversation with Berkeley Art Museum director
Lawrence Rinder, September 23, 2009
Juan Carlos Botero, "The Art of Fernando Botero"
September 26, 2011
Gallery talk by Berkeley professor Peter Selz on the Abu Ghraib series
October 4, 2009
¡Presente! Next-Generation Latin American Art and Literature
Daniel Alarcón and Carlos Motta
October 10, 2009
ARTICLES ON THE CLAS WEBSITE
From the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Spring 2009
From the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Fall 2007
- The Art of Fernando Botero
UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus and founding director of the Berkeley Art Museum Peter Selz discusses Fernando Botero's artistic trajectory.
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From the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Spring 2007
- A Conversation with the Artist
Fernando Botero in conversation with UC Berkeley Professor and former Poet Laureate Robert Hass.
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- Fernando Botero: Abu Ghraib
Selections from the paintings and drawings in the exhibit.
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- Art and Violence
Three UC Berkeley professors, Francine Masiello, Tom Laqueur and T.J. Clark, place Fernando Botero’s “Abu Ghraib” series in historical and artistic context.
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- Torture in a Time of Terrorism
Representatives from the fields of human rights, law, art and psychology discuss the role of torture from the Middle Ages to the present.
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- Figures in Light and Shadow
Colombian journalist Daniel Coronell interviews Fernando Botero.
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- Bringing Botero to Berkeley
Jean Spencer reveals the inside story of how this remarkable exhibition and series of events came about.
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Web Articles About Botero's 2007 exhibition of Abu Ghraib at Berkeley