Clarisse Fava-Piz Curates Exhibition on Spanish Abstract Art and is Primary Editor of the Exhibition Catalogue
The exhibition "In the Shadow of Dictatorship: Creating the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art" presents a selection of over forty paintings and sculptures on loan from the extraordinary collection of the Museo Abstracto Español de Cuenca.
Hossein Nakhaei co-presents at the Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l'Homme (MMSH)
Graduate student Hossein Nakhaei co-presents the paper "Defaced birds: Iconoclasm and identifying luster tiles from the shrine complex at Natanz" with Fuchsia Hart at MMSH in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Art History Publishes Article by Marisol Villela Balderrama
Graduate student Marisol Villela Balderrama’s article, “Doves and Machetes: Rina Lazo’s Portable Mural Venceremos (1959) in Guatemala, North Korea, and Beyond,” was published in Art History.
Kathryn Carney Receives Nationality Rooms Award
The Nationality Rooms and Intercultural Exchange Programs have awarded graduate student Kathryn Carney a James W. Knox Memorial Award to support archival research at the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden this summer.
Katie Loney Presents at Smithsonian American Art Museum
This May, graduate student Katie Loney will present her paper “American Orientalism’s Transimperial Economies” at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s 2023 Fellows Lectures event.
Duke University Press to Publish Brianne Cohen Book in May
Brianne Cohen’s (PhD 2012) book Don’t Look Away: Art, Nonviolence, and Preventive Publics in Contemporary Europe will be published by Duke University Press on May 11, 2023
Barnes Presents at European and Eurasian Undergraduate Research Symposium
On March 31, undergraduate student Margaret Barnes will present her paper "She Ruled Our King" at the European and Eurasian Studies Undergraduate Symposium.
Sarah Daiker Receives Fellowship at Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has awarded graduate student Sarah Daiker with the Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellowship
Christopher Nygren Speaks at University of Massachusetts Amherst
On March 21, Christopher Nygren presented his paper “Salt, Water, and Stone: The Ecology of Art in Renaissance Venice,” at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
HAAARCH!!! is an annual showcase of undergraduate accomplishments which will take place in person at Frick Fine Arts on Friday, March 31