A walkthrough with Jonathan Weinberg, curator of Art after Stonewall.
Sharon Flescher, PhD, Executive Director, International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR), and Lynn Rother, PhD, Senior Provenance Specialist, Museum of Modern Art, will discuss Nazi-era provenance research as it relates to museums, collectors, and the art market.
What was it like to be a Jew in Nazi Germany? For those trapped in the Nazi terror regime, mere survival became a nightmare. Those who went underground, including Fritz Ascher, endured the terrors of nightly bombings and the even greater fear of being discovered by the Nazis. All were pressed to the limits of human endurance and loneliness. Marion Kaplan, Skirball Professor of Modern Jewish History, NYU, and Rachel Stern, Director of the Fritz Ascher Society for Persecuted, Ostracized, and Banned Art and Curator of Fritz Ascher, will discuss.
Martina Caruso, Assistant Director for Art, Architecture and the Creative Industries at the British School at Rome, will discuss her recent book, Italian Humanist Photography from Fascism to the Cold War (Bloomsbury, 2016), with David Forgacs, Contemporary Italian Studies, NYU, and Maria Antonella Pelizzari, History of Photography, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Moderated by Shelley Rice, Arts Professor, NYU, with speakers Isolde Brielmaier, NYU, Jeff Rosenheim, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Enrica Viganò, Admira, Milan, curator of NeoRealismo, this conversation will explore the challenges and pleasures of curating photography exhibitions, including, but not limited to, the research process.
Joel Sternfeld, artist and Curator of Landscapes after Ruskin, and Chris Wiley, artist, writer, curator, and catalogue essayist, will discuss the exhibition and accompanying book. Admission: $29. Tickets: https://www.92y.org/event/landscapes-after-ruskin. Information: 212.415.5500
Speakers Stephen T. Casper, Associate Professor in History of Science, Clarkson University, and Wendy Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, NYU, will explore how changes to the brain can impact memory, mind, and consciousness, examining both Cajal’s groundbreaking contributions and the ethical and cultural implications of current work in the area. Co-sponsored by the New York […]
This panel will consider the work of Algerian artist Baya Mahieddine (1931-1998); Jean Dubuffet’s travels in Algeria and concomitant formulation of his definition of “art brut”; and the late Assia Djebar’s writing on Baya at the end of the Algerian War of Independence. Speakers include Natasha Boas, Curator of Baya: Woman of Algiers; author Omar Berrada; Denis Hollier, Professor […]
NYU’s Marisa Carrasco, Collegiate Professor and Professor of Psychology & Neural Science, and James D. Fernández, Collegiate Professor and Professor of Spanish & Portuguese, will discuss and illustrate Cajal’s pioneering cartography of the brain in the context of his fascinating biographical trajectory. Co-sponsored by NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, Center for Neural […]
Featuring NYU’s Noel Anderson, Clinical Assistant Professor of Art & Art Professions (Steinhardt); Pato Hebert, Associate Arts Professor, Art & Public Policy (TSOA); and Daniel P. Perl, Professor of Neuropathology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, this conversation will examine the materiality and aesthetic forms of football and basketball to address the paradoxical mixture […]