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The Walker Channel provides live and archived video of the Walker’s public programming, including lectures, dialogues, and performances involving artists, scholars, and critics of contemporary art and culture.

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Lynda Benglis Discusses Adhesive Products

After beginning her career as a painter, Lynda Benglis began seeking a “more sensuous kind of surface.” Her nine-piece work Adhesive Products (1971)—commissioned for the Walker Art Center’s Edward Larabee Barnes–designed building—is a now-iconic result of that experimentation. Over two weeks, she built… More


Dialogue / Interview

Richard Maxwell in Conversation with Philip Bither

Richard Maxwell, New York City Players Artistic Director and playwright, talks with Walker senior curator Philip Bither about his upper Midwestern roots, fiction and reality, actor training, power of the collective will, stage violence and the essential… More



Installing Erwin Wurm’s Truck (Baltic)

Watch the Walker installation crew assemble Erwin Wurm’s impressive Truck (Baltic) (2005), part of the exhibition 75 Gifts for 75 YearsMore



75 Gifts for 75 Years

75 Gifts for 75 Years features recent gifts in the areas of painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, video, and prints. The exhibition’s title refers to the culmination of a recent initiative to solicit 75 donors to give from their collections on the occasion of… More



Barry Le Va’s On Center, On Edge Shatter Scatter (1968)

Beginning in 1966, Barry Le Va began making large sculptures that he termed “distributions,” referring to the scattered dispersion of the material with which he was working. On Center, On Edge Shatter… More