"Curating Modern Art in the Americas"
Saturday, April 29, 10:30 a.m.
Harris Community Auditorium
Join the curator of Pan American Modernism, Nathan Timpano, Ph.D. for a discussion of the making of the exhibition and some of the larger issues surrounding the show's themes.
Nathan is Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Miami. He has also held positions at the National Gallery of Art, the Kreeger Museum, and the Harvard Art Museums. He has been awarded national and international awards, including a DAAD research grant, a Fulbright fellowship, a curatorial fellowship from Harvard University, and he is currently a Faculty Research Fellow at the Center for the Humanities at UM.
Nathan’s publications include the exhibition catalogue for Pan American Modernism, as well as essays and scholarly articles on the Afro-Chinese Cuban artist Wifredo Lam, and the Cuban Los Once/Los Cinco expressionist artists. Other publications include: “Nazi vs Niebelung: Satirising National Socialism at Harvard’s Germanic Museum” (Oxford Art Journal, 2012), and The Hysterical Muse: Schiele, Kokoschka, and the Subject of Viennese Modernism (book manuscript).
Image credit: Pierre Daura. Étude No. 1 Analise. 1945-1965. Oil on canvas. © Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami.
Jazz Friday concerts are held the first Friday of each month in the Harris Community
April 7 - Swing Boutique
May 5 - FL TECH Jazz Syndicate with Capt. Winston Scott