Organized by the New York Studio School and co-sponsored by NYU’s Grey Art Gallery.
In this lecture, James D. Fernández will explore the presence of Spaniards and Spanish culture in New York in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s.
In this lecture, Daniel Haxall will discuss the art of Esteban Vicente, the tradition of Spanish collage, and its reinterpretation by the Abstract Expressionists at mid-century.
In this panel discussion, Susan Crile, Elizabeth Frank, Dorothea Rockburne, and Irving Sandler will talk about his legacy, examining the continuing importance of his contribution to abstract visual languages.
Gallery talks featuring Ana Martínez de Aguilar, Lynn Gumpert, and Edward J. Sullivan
New York poets from several generations respond to the atmosphere of camaraderie among artists and poets downtown from 1955 to the present.