A Partnership with the Whitney
The two-year degree program adds a curatorial component to Columbias masters program in Modern Art and Critical Studies, directed by noted art historian and critic Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory, in the Department of Art History and Archaeology. Maxwell L. Anderson, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, says curatorial students will benefit from Columbias academic excellence, Professor Rosalind Krausss intellectual leadership, and the Whitneys innovative approach and singular commitment to American art of our time.
Seven Whitney curators will become adjunct professors at Columbia this fall and, on a rotating basis, will lead a weekly seminar and direct research projects based on the Whitneys permanent collection and special exhibitions.
PHOTO: René Perez