Cigdem Asatekin This Fabulous Shadow Only the Sea Keeps
Hakim Bishara It Is Only Through Your Thoughts That I Can Remember Who I Am: The Story of a Forgotten Art Exhibition in Five Scenes
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Ann Collins No Place Like Home: Dwelling, Art and Impermanence
Emma Drew Universal Overflow: Digital Cosmographies for a Lonely Planet
Nahidalsadat Hassanivanhari Some Moments of Spectrality Captured in Qajar Painting
Rula Khoury Manam: What do you see in your sleep?
Daniel Kopel Fever of the Senses: Saint Sebastian's New Cult
Zi Lin Emoji: Past and Future, The Nature of Pictographic Language
Jonelle Mannion Vivid, if Unseeable: On Carolee Schneemann's "Plague Column: Known/Unknown"
Alice Sherman First, Art: The Determination of Anni Albers, Lee Krasner and Eva Hesse
News & Events, Spring 2017
Class of 2017 Thesis Presentations
Quijote Talk | Susan Bernofsky: Magical Writing
Susan Bernofsky will give a behind the scenes look into Robert Walser’s mysterious microscript writing Continue reading...
Magnum Photos: Inside Out
Chair David Levi Strauss will join ICP Dean Fred Ritchin and Magnum photographers Susan Meiselas and Bieke Depoorter for a panel on documentary photography Continue reading...
Quijote Talk: Alex Fattal
Join us for a screening of Suenos, an experimental film by anthropologist and filmmaker Alex Fattal, followed by a conversation with Michael Taussig Continue reading...
Quijote Talk: Saraba Magazine
Join the founders of Nigerian magazine Saraba—including alumnus and professor Emmanuel Iduma—to celebrate the launch of their new issue Continue reading...
Interview: Lisa Oppenheim with Charles Schultz
Lisa Oppenheim and Charles Schultz (Class of 2011) discuss Oppenheim's show A Durable Web at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Continue reading...
Profs Jennifer Krasinski and Emmanuel Iduma in Canada
Jennifer Krasinski and Emmanuel Iduma participated in a symposium on art writing at Contemporary Calgary Continue reading...
Let the World In Again: Photography, Trace and Trauma
Colin Edgington (Class of 2016) reviews Photography, Trace and Trauma by Margaret Iverson for Exposure Continue reading...
Emmanuel Iduma with Hans Ulrich Obrist
Prof and alumnus Emmanuel Iduma in conversation with Serpentine Gallery Artistic Director Hans Ulrich Obrist for 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair Continue reading...
Lucy Raven at Whitney Museum
Visiting Professor Lucy Raven will be part of a screening program at the Whitney Museum of American Art that will present her new film Shape Notes Continue reading...