Graduate Activities: Hyeyun Chin at the Frick Symposium

An illustration of the interior view of a shopping gallery in seventeenth-century London. Image from: Engraving of ‘The unlucky glance,’ attributed to Gravelot, and appeared in the New Exchange, originally published in Town and Country Magazine, 1772.

An illustration of the interior view of a shopping gallery in seventeenth-century London. Engraving of ‘The unlucky glance,’ attributed to Gravelot, appeared in the New Exchange, originally published in Town and Country Magazine, 1772.

On Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26, doctoral student Hyeyun Chin will participate in the Frick Symposium on the History of Art, presented by the Frick Collection and New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. Hyeyun joins graduate students from across the northeast in this long-running event, and will present her paper, “‘London’s Nonsuch’: The ‘Pawn’ of the Royal Exchange After the Great Fire of London,” on Saturday morning. All graduate students in the history of art, faculty members, and museum staff members are cordially invited to attend. R.S.V.P. for the portion of the symposium at the Institute of Fine Arts on Friday to ifa.events@nyu.edu.

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