Abby Weed Grey

Exhibition Spotlight: Art after Stonewall

May 14, 2019 by Jacob M. Robinson Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s quick ascent to prominence in the 2020 presidential race demonstrates a remarkable progression for acceptance of the LGBTQ community in the U.S. What five decades ago began as a struggle for the most basic levels of toleration and decency has since expanded to an integration […]

In 1974 Abby Weed Grey established the Grey Art Gallery at New York University both as a permanent home for her art collection and to promote international artistic exchange in an academic setting. The Abby Weed Grey Collection of Modern Asian and Middle Eastern Art at NYU comprises some 700 works produced by artists from […]

By Shiva Balaghi, December 2008 “People moving along Tehran’s Pahlavi Avenue (now renamed Vali-‘Asr Avenue) in 1960,” recalled Parviz Tanavoli, “would have seen a gigantic sculpture on the balcony of one of the apartments that overlooked the street. Constructed from scrap metal, this assemblage depicted a man embracing a deer. The deer’s antlers were made […]

Art/Memory/Place: The Triangle Fire Through the Lens of Judaic Studies. Part 2: Opening Reception, Public Programs, Radio Interview, and Centennial Commemoration

May 11, 2011 by Ilana Weltman My work in co-curating the Grey Art Gallery’s exhibition Art/Memory/Place: Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire ended in early December. I did not anticipate all the activities I would become involved in after that, which truly wove together my love of history and education. At the Grey’s opening reception […]