A Review of the Center for Italian Modern Art’s 2020 Installation

A Review of the Center for Italian Modern Art’s 2020 Installation

Marino Marini: Arcadian Nudes By Kassandra Ibrahim, FCRH ’22 New York City is known for its abundance of art institutions, namely the larger and more well-known museums like the MET, the Guggenheim, and the MoMA. However, the richness of the city lies in the quality and quantity of smaller 

Say “Hello Again” to the New MoMA

Say “Hello Again” to the New MoMA

By Kassandra Ibrahim, FCRH ’22 Before the statewide shutdown that temporarily closed all of the museums in New York City, I visited the Museum of Modern Art for the first time. Last year, the museum underwent an expansive renovation, adding over forty thousand square feet 

A Review of Distant Relatives: Ancient Imagery of the Classical Pagan Past and Modern Byzantine Icons

A Review of Distant Relatives: Ancient Imagery of the Classical Pagan Past and Modern Byzantine Icons

By Kassandra Ibrahim, FCRH ’22 This fall, Fordham’s Museum of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Art opened a new exhibition entitled “Distant Relatives: Ancient Imagery of the Classical Pagan Past and Modern Byzantine Icons.” The exhibition features large mixed media collages by artist Joni Zavitsanos, whose 

Alum Spotlight: Nicole Jordan, FCLC ’18

Alum Spotlight: Nicole Jordan, FCLC ’18

Press room at Trifolio, an Italian printing company that works with the Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications and Editorial Department. Courtesy of Nicole Jordan. By Julie Hamon, 2018-2019 Art History Media Intern, FCLC 2019 Nicole Jordan graduated from Fordham Lincoln Center in 2018 with a 

Students visit the SculptureCenter with Professor Buhe

Students visit the SculptureCenter with Professor Buhe

Professor Elizabeth Buhe’s ARHI 3555 Global Contemporary Art Since 1989 at the SculptureCenter. Students got a private tour by the curator of the Other Objects show. They also got to meet two of the artists, including Rosa Sijben, who made the touch objects that the students 

Pat Steir’s Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series

Pat Steir’s Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series

By Julie Hamon, Art History Media Intern Over President’s Day Weekend, I took a trip to the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA to see its newest installation by Pat Steir titled Silent Secret Waterfalls: The Barnes Series. The installation resides in the Annenberg Court, a 

A Day at Shoestring Press

A Day at Shoestring Press

Professor Caitlin Beach’s 19th Century Art class recently visited Shoestring Press, a printmaking workshop located in Crown Heights. The master printer of the workshop, Lane Sell, demonstrated different techniques in intaglio and lithography to the group. The students then enjoyed trying out the techniques and 

A Review of Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

A Review of Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

By Julie Hamon, FCLC 2019 I recently visited the Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, (on view until April 23, 2019), and was amazed by the sheer amount and variety of af Klint’s featured artworks. I was initially interested 

Art for Arctic’s Sake

Art for Arctic’s Sake

Art for Arctic’s sake OPENING RECEPTION By Julie Hamon, FCLC 2019 On the evening of November 7, artists, Fordham students, faculty, and guests enjoyed the opening of Art for Arctic’s Sake at Fordham Lincoln Center’s Ildiko Butler Gallery. The exhibition—organized by Jo Anna Isaak, Carleen 

My Experience as a Museum Intern

My Experience as a Museum Intern

My Experience as a Museum Intern Annie Muscat, FCRH 2020 This summer, I had the fantastic opportunity to serve as Marketing Intern at the Bowers Museum in Southern California. As a mid-size non-profit institution, Bowers houses an expansive collection that spans over centuries, continents, and