Join NYU Professor Lauren Walsh, author of "Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter," and Professor Vanessa Charlot, an award-winning photographer and filmmaker at the University of Mississippi whose work focuses on the intersectionality of race, politics, culture and sexual/gender expression, for a conversation on the power of political photography in the contemporary moment. Inspired in part by photos on view at the Grey Art Gallery by Danny Lyon, an instrumental photographer during the American Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. In-person and virtual attendance.
Join Cottrell, Lovett, and Kass as they discuss their shared passion for art as an instrument of social change, the social experience of the dynamic downtown art scene in the 1980s, and their transformational gift in a lively virtual conversation hosted by the Grey’s director, Lynn Gumpert. Online only.
Join Lynn Gumpert, Director and Michèle Wong, Associate Director | Head of Collections and Exhibitions at Grey Art Gallery, NYU, for a curator tour of Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection. In-person only.
Dr. Kara Carmack, art historian and Exhibitions and Public Programs Officer, New York Studio School, will discuss Andy Warhol’s televised interrogation of two post-Stonewall archetypes of the gay male body: the swish and the clone. In-person and virtual attendance.