Robert Gober’s MoMA retrospective left the art world perplexed, moved, disturbed, and divided this fall. Observer contributors Linda Yablonsky and Walter Robinson penned lengthy essays trying to make sense of the artist’s tenebrous oeuvre. The artist doesn’t speak about his work publicly much—he made a rare appearance at the show’s press preview—but he’ll be chatting with the exhibition’s curator Ann Temkin at the New York Public Library this week. Additionally, photographer Thomas Struth will be in conversation wtih Paul Holdengraber at the Celeste Bartos Forum. So if you’re at the NYPL on Tuesday, you can’t miss out.