The 2018-19 academic year has been a busy one for faculty and students alike, with a diverse new cohort of incoming students, along with two student-organized symposia and thirteen dissertation defenses. Continue reading “2018-2019 Alumni Newsletter”
On view through July 31 at Heather James Fine Art, The Female Gaze features a diverse selection of works by American, British, Latin American, and East Central European modern and contemporary female artists associated with Surrealism. “Though often critically marginalized, these uncompromising visionaries rebelled against the prevailing cultural norms and expressed the workings of their own inner psyches and desires,” the exhibition press release notes. Continue reading “Student News: Patryk Tomaszewski Co-Organizes “The Female Gaze: Women Surrealists in the Americas and Europe””
Thursday, April 11-Friday April 12, the Ph.D. Program in Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY and The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU for “Erasures: Excision and Indelibility in the Art of the Americas,” a two-day symposium of Latin American and Latinx art! Continue reading “Erasures: Excision and Indelibility in the Art of the Americas”
We’ve had another excellent week on the fellowship front! Congratulations are due to the following:
This Thursday, March 28, join the editors of Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture and the Ph.D. Program in Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY for the launch symposium of Issue 11, “BLOOD AND EARTH AND SOIL.” Organized Art History PhD candidates Dana Liljegren and Chris Green, the publication and symposium explore how shifting conceptualizations of and claims to land, heritage, and state have been expressed in visual and material culture across time. Participants include Alison Boyd, Alyssa Bralower, Banu Cennetoglu, David Joselit, Seung-Min Lee, Jackson Polys, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Teresa Retzer, and Siona Wilson.
The event is open to the public, and seating is first-come, first-served. A live stream of the event will be available online at videostreaming.gc.cuny.edu.
See below for the full conference schedule!
See below for the schedule of presentations by current students and professors at this year’s CAA conference! Continue reading “The Graduate Center Art History Program at CAA 2019”
Open to students and faculty in the Ph.D. Program in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, Rewald Seminars offer an opportunity to hear cutting-edge research in progress by scholars from inside and outside CUNY. View the Spring 2019 Rewald Seminar schedule! here!
We are pleased to announce the election of Michael B. Gillespie, currently Associate Professor of Film at the City College, CUNY, to the Doctoral Faculty in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, effective immediately. Dr. Michael B. Gillespie is a film theorist and historian who specializes in black visual studies, film theory, global cinema, and contemporary art, among other disciplines. Continue reading “Welcoming Professor Michael Gillespie”