Minneapolis Institute of Art: Artsmia – The Object Podcast

Minneapolis Institute of Art: Artsmia – The Object Podcast

The new episode of Mia’s #TheObjectPodcast explores a big question: Can happy people make art? Long before Vincent van Gogh died young, poor, and under-appreciated, artists had gotten the message: you have to suffer for your art. But where did this template of the starving artist come from? And is there any truth to it or is it a myth, a romantic misreading of how great art is made? Search for “The Object” and listen wherever you find your podcasts, or tune in here: http://bit.ly/2DUgt3U

Here’s Vincent van Gogh’s beloved “Olive Trees,” from 1889, a year before his death, when he was in treatment St-Rémy in southern France: http://bit.ly/2kRWXZR

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