Podcast: 'Gene Davis: Interval' at the Kreeger Museum

washingtonpost.com Staff
Friday, April 13, 2007; 4:00 PM

A founding member of the Washington Color School, artist Gene Davis is known for his vivid hues and methodical stripes. From April 14 until July 31, the Kreeger Museum hosts "Gene Davis: Interval," an exhibition that takes a closer look at the artist's work. We asked Andrea Pollan, one of the exhibit's curators, to lead us on a tour of the show.

To put the tour on your iPod, follow these instructions:

1. Download GeneDavisInterval.zip to your computer.

2. Unzip the file, using a program like Winzip or StuffIt Expander. The MP3s will appear in a folder called GeneDavisInterval.

3. Drag this folder into your iTunes music library.

4. Create a playlist, and transfer the files onto your iPod.

5. When listening to the podcast on a video iPod, double-click the center button to see a detail of the artwork being described.

Images on tracks 2 and 13 courtesy of Gary O. and Jean L. Cohen. Image on track 3 courtesy of Mary Ann and Henry Nichols. Image on track 5 courtesy of the Kreeger Museum. Images on tracks 7, 10, 15 and 16 courtesy of Charles Cowles Gallery. Images on 9, 12, 17 and 18 courtesy of Marsha Mateyka Gallery.

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