Original program date: June 24, 2021. Watch a panel discussion around Joseph Lovett’s 1979 film profile on James Baldwin, interviewed by Sylvia Chase for ABC’s 20/20. Lovett moderated a panel with guests Victor P. Bonfilio, JD, Ph.D., Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California; Annie Lee Jones, Ph.D., clinical psychologist/psychoanalyst, co-chair of the Committee on Ethnicity, Race, Culture, Class, and Language (CERCCL) NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; and Aisha Karefa-Smart, author, educator, public speaker, and niece of James Baldwin.
Behind the Scenes at the Grey: Cultivating Talent at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, from Graduate Curatorial Assistants to Art World Luminaries Organized by NYU Alumni Association and Grey Art Gallery Original program date: November 12, 2020 Graduate Curatorial Assistants play an essential role in the life of NYU’s Grey Art Gallery. Selected each year […]
Historicizing the Avant-Garde Context in Korea From Experimental Arts to Collective Groups Organized by the Contemporary Asia Forum at NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts Original program date: November 18, 2020 The lecture was given by Professor Yeon Shim Chung on the occasion of her latest edited book, Korean Art From 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction, published […]
Engaging Art Lynn Gumpert In Conversation with Roslyn Bernstein, PhD Organized by Grey Art Gallery, NYU Original program date: October 19, 2020 Join Roslyn Bernstein (GSAS ’67, ’74), art critic, professor of art journalism, and author of the just-released Engaging Art: Essays and Interviews from Around the Globe, and Lynn Gumpert, director of NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, […]
Resilient Antibodies: Creative Responses to COVID 19 Co-organized by NYU’s Department of Art & Public Policy (TSOA) and Grey Art Gallery Original program date: November 10, 2020 Art communities began responding almost immediately to COVID-19, mobilizing everything from zines to exhibitions, online performances, and street photography. This panel will explore early curatorial, photographic, and grassroots collective responses […]
Behind the Scenes at the Grey Joseph Burwell and Reuben Lorch-Miller in Conversation with Lynn Gumpert Organized by Grey Art Gallery, NYU Original program date: October 13, 2020 Artists Joseph Burwell and Reuben Lorch-Miller join Lynn Gumpert, director of NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, for a wide-ranging conversation focusing on their multimedia works—which range from painting, sculpture, and printmaking to installation. […]
Watch a virtual tour of the exhibition "New York Cool: Painting and Sculpture from the NYU Art Collection."
In this wide-ranging oral history, Michèle Wong, Associate Director and Head of Exhibitions and Collections at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, shares highlights from her 40+ year career at the gallery in conversation with Monica Marchese, Graduate Intern. During that time, Michèle has served under three directors and worked on nearly 270 exhibitions featuring works by David Hockney, Frida Kahlo, Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Parviz Tanavoli, and Andy Warhol, among many others.
Original program date: July 28, 2020. What is an art scene? How does one form? In this conversation, "Inventing Downtown" curator Melissa Rachleff joined a conversation with Director of NYU's Grey Art Gallery, Lynn Gumpert, and Maya Allison, Executive Director of The NYUAD Art Gallery. Taking the exhibition "Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965" as a point of departure, the conversation explored questions around the definition and formation of art scenes.
Original program date: June 18, 2020. Between the 1950s and the 1980s, Arab countries were transformed through decolonization, the rise of nationalism, socialism, rapid industrialization, and wars and mass migrations. At the same time, artists were revitalizing their practices, finding inspiration in Arabic calligraphy, geometry and mathematics, and local topographies. Hannah Feldman, Associate Professor of Art History, Northwestern, focuses on abstract art in Algeria; and Alex Dika Seggerman, Assistant Professor of Islamic Art History, Rutgers University–Newark, on figurative art in Egypt. Moderated by Sarah-Neel Smith, Assistant Professor of Art History, Theory, and Criticism, Maryland Institute College of Art.