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Posted at 5:32 PM ET, 04/13/2007

'Interval' on Your iPod

By Julia Beizer

"Gene Davis: Interval," a focused investigation into the Washington artist's work, opens at the Kreeger Museum tomorrow. Big, bright, stripey canvases dominate the show, and they are truly stunning. This exhibit is the cornerstone of the entire ColorField Remix series of events and exhibits and after walking through it the other day, I can easily see why.

Fritz and I asked Andrea Pollan, one of the curators of the exhibit, to give us a tour of the show, point out details in the work and tell us about Davis's artistic vision. We offer it that tour here in podcast form. Download it to your mp3 player and take it to the gallery. Betcha learn something beyond the label.

The museum requires reservations during the week, but you don't need one if you go on a Saturday.

And if color field painting is not your thing? Check out our other museum podcast tours.

--Julia

By Julia Beizer  | April 13, 2007; 5:32 PM ET
Categories:  Museums  
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