Program: “Patterns and Power: A Discussion on Craft and Labor in Art” Discussion with Joyce Kozloff and Sarah Zapata, moderated by Professor Catherine Quan Damman Original program date: April 19, 2023 Focusing on two NYC artists who approach decoration from a political mindset, this discussion will explore relationships between craft, pattern, and labor, especially […]
On Political Photography: Documenting Racial Inequality in the US With Lauren Walsh and Vanessa Charlot Original program date: November 2, 2022 NYU Professor Lauren Walsh, author of Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter, and Professor Vanessa Charlot, an award-winning photographer and filmmaker at the University of Mississippi whose work focuses on […]
Art and Friendship in Downtown NYC With Deborah Kass, James Cottrell, and Joseph Lovett Original program date: October 11, 2022 Longtime art patrons, social activists, and downtown Manhattan residents James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett grew their art collection based on their personal vision and vital friendships with artists—including Deborah Kass, whose paintings are part […]
Lecture: “The Picture Is the Window”: Abby Grey and Intrepid Art Collecting Hosted by Rollins Museum of Art, Rollins College Original Program Date: October 25, 2022 Watch a lecture from Lynn Gumpert, director of the New York University’s Grey Art Gallery, exploring 1960s and early 1970s modernisms in Iranian, Turkish, and Indian art. Selected […]
Virtual Tour of Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection Created by and featuring Samuel Allen Former Graduate Curatorial Assistant (2021–2022) and NYU Ph.D. candidate Samuel Allen gives a virtual tour of “Mostly New: Selections from the NYU Art Collection.” Featuring more than 90 artworks by nearly 60 artists, this exhibition foregrounds the […]
Original program date: July 6, 2022. This virtual event celebrated the newly translated memoir of Berthe Weill, a provocative Parisian art dealer at the heart of the twentieth-century art world. Watch Lynn Gumpert (Director, Grey Art Gallery) and Pepe Karmel (Associate Professor of Art History, New York University) discuss Weill’s Pow! Right in the Eye! Thirty Years behind the Scenes of Modern French Painting (University of Chicago Press, June 2022).
Original program date: June 27, 2022. Watch the recording of a special in-person conversation at the Rizzoli Bookstore in NYC, celebrating Berthe Weill’s Pow! Right in the Eye! Thirty Years behind the Scenes of Modern French Painting (University of Chicago Press, June 2022). The book's editor, Lynn Gumpert (Director, Grey Art Gallery), joined Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn (curator, art advisor, gallerist, and activist) and Carlo McCormick (curator and critic) in conversation.
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 […]