David Salle is an internationally renowned painter whose work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Museum and National Galarie of Berlin, among many others. He also has a long-standing involvement with performance working extensively over the last 25 years with choreographer Karole Armitage, creating sets and costumes for many of her ballets and operas. Salle is also a prolific writer on art. His new book is How To See.
On Wednesday, March 23, he will be featured in the New York Writers Institute The Creative Life Series in conversation with Joe Donahue, live in the Recital Hall at UAlbany at 7pm.
Major support for “The Creative Life” is provided by The University at Albany Foundation with additional support from the Alumni Association, College of Arts and Sciences, Office of the Provost, Office of the Vice President for Research and University Auxiliary Services.
"The Creative Life" at UAlbany is a series created and produced by the University Art Museum, Performing Art Center and New York State Writers Institute in collaboration with WAMC.