Monika Weiss On Francisco Goya | Artists on Artworks | THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Polish American artist Monika Weiss shares her insights on the work of Spanish artist Francisco Goya and reflects on her own transdisciplinary practice, which investigates relationships between the body and history and evokes rituals of lamentation in response to tragedy.


Please note: This program is prerecorded. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Goya's Graphic Imagination.​ Captioning is made possible by the Ruth Lapham Lloyd Trust.


Monika Weiss artwork © Monika Weiss, courtesy of the artist and Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko, National Heritage of Poland Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art oMuseu - Faculdade de Belas Artes Universidade do Porto The Drawing Center, New York Museum of Memory and Human Rights, Santiago de Chile Stavros Niarchos Foundation EMA Experimental Media Arts, University of Arkansas BWA Zielona Góra Hyphen Hub, New York Galerie Samuel Lallouz, Montreal Various private collections Additional artwork courtesy of Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid The New York Public Library Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Nationalgalerie der Staatliche Museen zu Berlin The Tate Gallery, London Various private collections

Credits: Producers: Emma Wegner, Melissa Bell Editor: Alex Guns Photography: Paula Lobo Remote recording engineer: Andrea Theodore Production Assistant: Anastasiya Gutnik


Special thanks to Monika Weiss and Mark McDonald

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