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 E. 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
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The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin
Rabia Ashfaque (Class of 2014) reviews The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin at The Jewish Museum, for The Brooklyn Rail Continue reading...
Chair David Levi Strauss at Fotofest in Houston
June 3—Chair David Levi Strauss will participate in a symposium on how refugees are portrayed in the media and the various ways images can be used Continue reading...
Mad. Sq. Art Symposium: Accessing Public Art
Art Writing Professor Nancy Princenthal as she moderates the panel "Accessing Public Art," part of the Madison Square Park Art Symposium Continue reading...
Pioneering Performance Artist Joan Jonas Takes Flight
Professor Jennifer Krasinski reviews Joan Jonas at Gavin Brown's enterprise for The Village Voice Continue reading...
Announcing New Courses and Teachers for Fall 2017
We are thrilled to announce three new courses taught by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie, Michael Taussig, and Siddhartha Mitter Continue reading...
Alumna Sabrina Mandanici (Class of 2014) at the Walther Collection's NY Project Space Continue reading...
Celebrating the Not-Ready-for-Primetime Pioneers of Commercial-Free TV
Professor Jennifer Krasinski reviews a survey exhibition examining the intersection of art and public access television, for The Village Voice Continue reading...
Back Turned: The Romanticism of Susan Bee and Bill Jacobson
Noah Dillon (Class of 2012) reviews Professor Susan Bee's show at A.I.R. GALLERY and Bill Jacobson's show at Julie Saul Gallery, for artcritical Continue reading...