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Kay Sage and Yves Tanguy were two surrealist painters who, though deeply in love and married, maintained very separate professional artistic careers. Their work has never been shown next to each other until now. Tonight’s guests are JONATHAN STUHLMAN, Curator of American Art at the Mint Museum and STEPHEN ROBESON MILLER, artist, art historian and curator. Together they have curated a groundbreaking exhibition entitled DOUBLE SOLITAIRE: THE SURREAL WORLDS OF KAY SAGE AND YVES TANGUY currently at the DAVIS MUSUEM at Wellesley College until January 15, 2012. Tune in tonight and learn about how these two fascinating artists met in Paris as the war broke out; how they eventually moved to Connecticut and hear about their productive lives together. For more information on this dynamic show, go to: