Artists rarely work in isolation. Join curator Esther Adler and educator Theresa Rodewald for an online conversation about Joseph E. Yoakum—the subject of a new retrospective at MoMA—and the artistic community that championed him while he lived and worked in Chicago. In addition, learn how MoMA and other organizations around New York support artist networks today.
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