Allison Rudnick contributes to “World War I and the Visual Arts” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Congratulations GC Art History doctoral candidate Allison Rudnick, who contributed to the exhibition World War I and the Visual Arts, on view at the Met through January. An Assistant Curator at the Met, Allison manages the Study Room for Drawings and Prints and oversees the ephemera collection. 

Organized to commemorate the anniversary of World War I, World War I and the Visual Arts focuses on the impact of the war on the visual arts. Moving chronologically from its outbreak to the decade after the armistice, World War I and the Visual Arts highlights the diverse ways artists represented the horrors of modern warfare. Artists include Otto Dix, C.R.W. Nevinson, George Grosz, Käthe Kollwitz, Fernand Léger, Gino Severini, and Edward Steichen.

For more about the exhibition, see the Met’s website.