Charles W. Haxthausen, Director of the Graduate Program in the History
of Art at Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, leads a gallery
talk about Franz Marc and the interdisciplinary aesthetic at the core
of the Blue Rider movement. Haxthausen's writings on 20th-century German
art have appeared in numerous publications, and he is known for his scholarship
on Paul Klee, Sigmar Polke, and Gerhard Richter. He is the author of several
books, including Berlin: Culture and Metropolis (University of
Minnesota Press, 1990). Meet in the lobby.