This Saturday, Professor Indych-López will give a paper titled “Judith Baca’s The Great Wall of Los Angeles: A Public Art of Contestation” at the Association for Latin American Art’s Fourth Triennial Conference at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Continue reading “Anna Indych-López at the Association for Latin American Art’s Triennial Conference”
Please join us Thursday, March 17th from 2:30pm to 8:00pm for Shift: Space, Alterity, Art, a conference exploring how an image, an art object, and/or performance can not only refer to some past occurrence, but can also perform and project its agency into a world beyond its initial presentation. Continue reading “Shift: Space, Alterity, Art”
Please join us for Professor Marta Gutman’s (CUNY Graduate Center & Spitzer School of Architecture, City College) talk on “I.S. 201: Space, Race, and Modern Architecture in Harlem” (Tuesday, March 15th 5:30-7:00pm, Room 3416) Continue reading “Tonight: Professor Marta Gutman to Present Rewald Research in Progress Talk”
Middle-Eastern art expert Aileen Agopian joins in a conversation with GC distinguished professor David Joselit. Agopian, an expert purveyor of Middle-Eastern and North-African contemporary art, joined Sotheby’s in 2011.
The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
March 08, 2016: 7:00 PM
Presented in partnership with New York Live Arts as part of
Live Ideas Festival: MENA/Future – Cultural Transformations in the Middle East North Africa Region.
Co-sponsored by GC Public Programs and the Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center.
This evening, Professor Rachel Kousser will deliver a lecture on “Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in Ancient Greece” (Tuesday, March 1, 5:30–7:00pm, Room 3416). Continue reading “Tonight: Professor Rachel Kousser to Present Rewald Research in Progress Talk”
Last night, GC Professor Emerita and alumna Patricia Mainardi was honored as a Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques. Continue reading “Patricia Mainardi Receives Knighthood from the French Government”
As February comes to an end and the semester kicks into high gear, we’d like to highlight a few recent students news items:
Professor Manthorne will discuss her work with the Cisneros Collection of Latin American art and her recent publication Traveler Artists: Landscapes of Latin America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection at the New York Academy of Arts on Friday, November 20, at 6:30 PM.
The publication was released in conjunction with the exhibition, “Boundless Reality: Traveler Artists’ Landscapes of Latin America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection,” on view at the Americas Society and at the Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery at Hunter College through January 23rd.
This Thursday at the Institute of Fine Arts, Professor Emily Braun will discuss the choices and challenges involved in organizing the current retrospective of Alberto Burri at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the first in this country in nearly forty years. The exhibition documents Burri’s development, argues for his widespread influence, and revises standard interpretations of post-WWII art. In any monographic show, selection, exclusion, and availability of works for loan determine how an artist’s career will be narrated and received. Burri’s highly tactile pictures, made of unorthodox materials, demand specific types of attention and installation design. Braun will examine these issues, as well the process of conceiving the Burri retrospective in tandem with the architecture of the Frank Lloyd Wright Rotunda.
Thursday, November 19, 2015, 6:00 PM
6:00 PM in the Lecture Hall
The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
1 East 78th Street
On Wednesday 11/18, GC PhD candidate Gillian Sneed will give a lecture tracing the arc of Latin American and Latino street-based conceptual and performance art from the 1970s until today. The public talk is planned in conjunction with Acciones en la Calle: Street Works in New York and Latin America circa 1970, on view at SUNY College at Old Westbury through December 4. Curated by Sneed, this historical exhibition considers the conceptual and performative strategies employed by artists in the 1960s and ’70s that rejected institutional spaces in favor of the street as the context and subject of their work.
Participating Artists include Vito Acconci, Artur Barrio, Rosemarie Castoro, Eduardo Costa, Cris Gianakos, Victor Grippo, Stephen Kaltenbach, Leandro Katz, Rosemary Mayer, Ana Mendieta, Marta Minujín, Hélio Oiticica, John Perreault, and Regina Vater.
The lecture will take place Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 4 – 5PM
F114 Campus Center, Main Level
SUNY College at Old Westbury
Route 107, Old Westbury, NY 11568