The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; The Graduate Center, City University of New York; and the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) are pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art. Erasures: Excision and Indelibility in the Art of the Americas will be held in New York on April 11 and 12, 2019.
Organized by current PhD candidates Brian Bentley, Madeline Murphy Turner, and Ana Cristina Perry, and PhD students Francesca Ferrari, Sonja Gandert, and Tie Jojima, the symposium will include keynote lectures by Barbara Browning and Ken Gonzales-Day. It is coordinated by Professors Edward J. Sullivan, Helen Gould Sheppard Professor in the History of Art at the Institute of Fine Arts; Anna Indych-López, Professor of 20th-Century Latin American and Latinx Art at The Graduate Center; and Katherine Manthorne, Professor of Modern Art of the Americas at The Graduate Center. Continue reading “Call for Papers: Annual Symposium of Latin American Art”
This evening at 5:30 PM, current students and faculty are invited to our last Rewald Seminar of the semester, “Representing the Welfare State” with Dr. Daniel Abramson, Professor of European and American Architecture at Boston University. Continue reading “Rewald Seminar: Dr. Daniel Abramson on “Representing the Welfare State””
On April 12, doctoral candidate Rebecca Pollack is organizing the conference, Jewish Memory and Culture: 1945-Present, co-sponsored by The Center for Jewish Studies at the Graduate Center, CUNY, the Doctoral Students’ Council, CUNY, and the Ph.D. Program in Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Continue reading “Student News: Rebecca Pollack organizes the conference “Jewish Memory and Culture: 1945-Present,” convening April 12 at the Graduate Center”
Dr. Cynthia Hahn, Professor of Medieval Art at The Graduate Center, CUNY and Hunter College, wrote and organized the catalog for the exhibition “The thing of mine I have loved the best: Meaningful Jewels,” on view at Les Enluminures, New York, from April 5 through April 20. Graduate Center PhD student Kristen Racaniello also assisted with the show. Continue reading “Faculty News: Cynthia Hahn Authors Catalog on “Meaningful Jewels” in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period”
Congratulations to the following students who were awarded fellowships this month: Continue reading “Student Fellowships”
On Tuesday evening, March 20, Dr. John Curley, Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at Wake Forest University will give the lecture,
“Reframing High Modernist Painting: The Case of Morris Louis.” Continue reading “Rewald Seminar: John J. Curley”