PhD candidate Lauren Cesiro has been awarded a Library Research Grant from the Getty Foundation. The grant will allow her to conduct on-site archival research related to her dissertation, The Body Is a Battleground: Intimate Communities in the Photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe, Nan Goldin, and Sally Mann. Lauren is particularly looking forward to examining the Getty’s collection of ephemera related to Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographic career and practice.
On Friday, January 24, 2020, at 5 pm, several exhibitions will open at the Binghamton University Art Museum.”The Surface and the Line: Alumni Gifts of Asian Art” is co-curated by Jason Park, PhD Candidate in Art History, and Nancy Um, Professor of Art History and Associate Dean of Harpur College. This exhibition includes several important works of Korean painting, Japanese prints, and Chinese ceramics, which were recently donated by Harpur College alumni. The exhibition will remain open until March 4.
Earlier in January, Professor Tom McDonough discussed recent work by Tony Cokes in conversation with the artist at Luma Westbau in Zurich. Cokes is showing works there through January 26 in a solo show, “Before and After the Studio: Volume II.” Video of conversation is available at https://vimeo.com/385466815.