UPCOMING


eikones – Center for the Theory and History of the Image, Basel

23-25 March 2023


SELECT PAST EVENTS

Program in Media+Modernity 

Princeton University
15 Novemer 2022


Rodin’s Thinkers

Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA.

27 August 2022


Posture and the Invention of “European Art”

Conference, “Thinking Europe Visually/Europe par l’image et en images,”
Centre IMAGO/École normale supérieure, Paris
8-9 June 2022


Redefining Human Figuring; conversation with Tamar Mayer and Marika Takanishi Knowles

Department of Art History, Tel Aviv University
25 May 2022


Upending Grasp and Gravity: Modern Art and the Remaking of Human Dispostion

The Mahindra Humanities Center Seminar in Visual Representation, Materiality, and Medium, Harvard University.

20 April 2022


Department of Global Studies,
Washington University

29 April 2022


Seurat’s Poseuses 

The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA.

12 March 2022


Book talk, in conversation with Zeynep Çelik Alexander

Research and Academic Program, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA.
24 February 2022


“The Motif of the Levitating Head: Modern Art and the Remaking of Human Disposition.”

Rewald Seminar, Program in Art History at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York 
16 November 2021


Beauty, Sexuality, Selection: Darwinian Revolutions in Aesthetics

Colloquium co-convened with Andrei Pop, Research and Academic Program, Clark Art Institute
14-15 May 2021


“Taxonomies of Art and Nature after Darwin.”

Panel on “Art and Nature: Cultures of Collecting,” co-chairs Marco Collareta, Università di Pisa and Avinoam Shalem, Columbia University CIHA World Congress (Comité International d'Histoire de l’Art) Florence 

3 September 2019.


“Nijinsky’s Afternoon of a Faun.” Panel on “Afternoon of a Faun. Nijinsky, Robbins, and Antiquity,”

With Joseph Gordon, Principal Dancer, New York City Ballet, Barbara Graziosi, Professor of Classics, Princeton University, Lauren Lovette, Principal Dancer, New York City Ballet, Alastair Macaulay, Performing Arts Critic, Co-Presented by the Center for Ballet and the Arts/Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, NYU.
25 March 2019.