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The Salacious Art History Podcast

Latest Episodes

If the Shoe Fits

In Episode 9 of Season 2, "If the Shoe Fits," Nicole explores the vast ways and significance of shoes in art. She sheds light on identity and self portraiture through shoes, in particular, Van Gogh's. And Kelsey searches for a Macklemore song (it IS Wing$ btw y'all)

18 MINAPR 29
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If the Shoe Fits

She's A Brick (Concrete) House

"She's A Brick (Concrete) House," Episode 8 of Season 2 illuminates Rachel Whiteread's work,House. Kelsey raves about the Lisa Saltzman book,Making Memory Matter and contemplates giving physical presence to the absent. Nicole warns against borrowing sisters' things without return and expresses the physicality of memory.

16 MINAPR 22
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She's A Brick (Concrete) House

To Infinity and the Bathroom

In Episode 7 of Season 2, Nicole explores the cheeky work of Piero Manzoni. Kelsey questions if artistbs is actually worth its weight in gold. And both consider boiling some more eggs.

25 MINAPR 15
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To Infinity and the Bathroom

Holbein's Animorphs

In Episode 6 of Season 2, Kelsey expands on the elaborate symbols used in Hans Holbein'sThe Ambassadors and Nicole reminisces about the classic Animorph book series.

18 MINAPR 8
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Holbein's Animorphs

Venus on the Half Shell

***From the archives*** Check out a previously recorded episode from Season 1: "Venus on the Half Shell"

31 MINAPR 1
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Venus on the Half Shell

When We MET Our Favs

In Season 2 Batch 1's Fifth Episode Special, Nicole and Kelsey gush over their favorite works of art. Kelsey gives a shout out to her eldest sister and Nicole expresses an affinity for a cheeky play on 1950's ideals. Artwork by Emmanuel Leutze, Joe Webb, Rene Magritte, and El Greco are discussed. Nicole tells us her about her love for religious works and Kelsey ties it all together with Magritte (of course.)

29 MINMAR 25
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When We MET Our Favs

What’s for Dinner?

“What’s for Dinner?” Ep4S2, Nicole tackles Judy Chicacgo’s infamous and massive dinner party project. Kelsey points out the undeniable humor in the subject matter of the plates and questions the reasons for the impact of the work. Nicole wishes she were the patron saint of beer and Kelsey reveals her secret recipe for asparagus.

27 MINMAR 18
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What’s for Dinner?

ORLANdon’t!

On Ep3S2, “ORLANdon’t!” Kelsey displeases everyone with the subject of the contemporary French artist, ORLAN’s plastic surgery performance piece. Nicole and Kelsey debate the age old stereotypes of Mary and Mary Magdalene and consider their personal opinions of the work as young female artists in the 21st century. Kelsey botches some Greek mythology, Nicole snuggles Hamlet, and we’re all pretty uncomfortable about some body-centered “carnal” artwork.

24 MINMAR 11
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ORLANdon’t!

Pass the Salt

In “Pass the Salt,” Episode 2 of Season 2, Nicole takes a closer look at the famous flaking fresco, The Last Supper. Kelsey and Nicole consider the likely reality of the piece in comparison to the common conspiracy theories. Sorry folks, no Tom Hanks here!

14 MINMAR 4
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Pass the Salt

Dabble in Dada

In Episode 1 of Season 2, “Dabble in Dada,” Kelsey finally figures out the simplest idea of the readymade. Sheconsiders the implication of premade items as an art medium, Nicole still isn’t convinced with DuChamp’s work, and the cats cuddle up in heated blankets.

26 MINFEB 25
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Dabble in Dada

Latest Episodes

If the Shoe Fits

In Episode 9 of Season 2, "If the Shoe Fits," Nicole explores the vast ways and significance of shoes in art. She sheds light on identity and self portraiture through shoes, in particular, Van Gogh's. And Kelsey searches for a Macklemore song (it IS Wing$ btw y'all)

18 MINAPR 29
Comments
If the Shoe Fits

She's A Brick (Concrete) House

"She's A Brick (Concrete) House," Episode 8 of Season 2 illuminates Rachel Whiteread's work,House. Kelsey raves about the Lisa Saltzman book,Making Memory Matter and contemplates giving physical presence to the absent. Nicole warns against borrowing sisters' things without return and expresses the physicality of memory.

16 MINAPR 22
Comments
She's A Brick (Concrete) House

To Infinity and the Bathroom

In Episode 7 of Season 2, Nicole explores the cheeky work of Piero Manzoni. Kelsey questions if artistbs is actually worth its weight in gold. And both consider boiling some more eggs.

25 MINAPR 15
Comments
To Infinity and the Bathroom

Holbein's Animorphs

In Episode 6 of Season 2, Kelsey expands on the elaborate symbols used in Hans Holbein'sThe Ambassadors and Nicole reminisces about the classic Animorph book series.

18 MINAPR 8
Comments
Holbein's Animorphs

Venus on the Half Shell

***From the archives*** Check out a previously recorded episode from Season 1: "Venus on the Half Shell"

31 MINAPR 1
Comments
Venus on the Half Shell

When We MET Our Favs

In Season 2 Batch 1's Fifth Episode Special, Nicole and Kelsey gush over their favorite works of art. Kelsey gives a shout out to her eldest sister and Nicole expresses an affinity for a cheeky play on 1950's ideals. Artwork by Emmanuel Leutze, Joe Webb, Rene Magritte, and El Greco are discussed. Nicole tells us her about her love for religious works and Kelsey ties it all together with Magritte (of course.)

29 MINMAR 25
Comments
When We MET Our Favs

What’s for Dinner?

“What’s for Dinner?” Ep4S2, Nicole tackles Judy Chicacgo’s infamous and massive dinner party project. Kelsey points out the undeniable humor in the subject matter of the plates and questions the reasons for the impact of the work. Nicole wishes she were the patron saint of beer and Kelsey reveals her secret recipe for asparagus.

27 MINMAR 18
Comments
What’s for Dinner?

ORLANdon’t!

On Ep3S2, “ORLANdon’t!” Kelsey displeases everyone with the subject of the contemporary French artist, ORLAN’s plastic surgery performance piece. Nicole and Kelsey debate the age old stereotypes of Mary and Mary Magdalene and consider their personal opinions of the work as young female artists in the 21st century. Kelsey botches some Greek mythology, Nicole snuggles Hamlet, and we’re all pretty uncomfortable about some body-centered “carnal” artwork.

24 MINMAR 11
Comments
ORLANdon’t!

Pass the Salt

In “Pass the Salt,” Episode 2 of Season 2, Nicole takes a closer look at the famous flaking fresco, The Last Supper. Kelsey and Nicole consider the likely reality of the piece in comparison to the common conspiracy theories. Sorry folks, no Tom Hanks here!

14 MINMAR 4
Comments
Pass the Salt

Dabble in Dada

In Episode 1 of Season 2, “Dabble in Dada,” Kelsey finally figures out the simplest idea of the readymade. Sheconsiders the implication of premade items as an art medium, Nicole still isn’t convinced with DuChamp’s work, and the cats cuddle up in heated blankets.

26 MINFEB 25
Comments
Dabble in Dada