The Duncan Phillips Lectures are given by distinguished artists, historians, and critics, whose presentations cover a broad range of aesthetic concerns. The lecture series was started in 1987 by Laughlin Phillips (director of the museum from 1972 to 1992) in honor of his father, Duncan Phillips, the founder of The Phillips Collection.
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Duncan Phillips Lectures
Conversations with Artists
Phillips Music: 75th Anniversary
Intersections@5 Spotlight: Linn Meyers
(May 28–Oct 25, 2015)
Intersections@5 Spotlight: John F. Simon Jr.
A Closer Look: Esther Bubley's American Moments
(Jun 6–Sep 13, 2015)
One-on-One: Carol Brown Goldberg / Henri Matisee
(Jun 6–Sep 6 2015)
Jill O'Bryan: one billion breaths in a lifetime