Artwork Spotlight: Greer Lankton’s “Ellen and Freddie”

June 18, 2019 by Yunzhi Pan Located in the Things Are Queer section of Grey Art Gallery’s Art After Stonewall: 1969-1989 exhibition, Greer Lankton’s doll installation Ellen and Freddie is a reflection on the artist’s own identity and experiences. Born Greg Lankton in Flint, Michigan, she received gender reassignment surgery at age 21. Lankton’s other […]

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 […]