New York Renaissance Consortium Events

Fall 2014

Wednesday, September 17, 6-7 p.m.
“Vincenzo Anastagi, El Greco, and Henry Clay Frick”
Speaker: Jeongho Park, Curatorial Research Associate, Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Frick Collection
Location: Music Room, The Frick Collection
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Wednesday, October 1, 6-7pm
“A Precious Vision of Antiquity”
Speaker: Alvar González-Palacios, art historian
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Frick Collection
Location: Music Room, The Frick Collection
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Thursday, October 2, 6:15pm
“Giuliano da Sangallo, Architecture and Time”
Speaker: Cammy Brothers, Mario di Valmarana Chair, Associate Professor of Architectural History, University of Virginia
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: New York Renaissance Consortium
Location: Schermerhorn Hall, Room 612 (Lecture Hall), Columbia University

Monday, October 6, 6pm
"Memory Palaces: The Renaissance and the Contemporary World"
Speaker: Lina Bolzoni, Professor of Italian Literature, Scuola Normale Superiore
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: Bettman Lecture Series, Department of Art History & Archaeology, Columbia University
Location: Schermerhorn Hall, Room 612 (Lecture Hall), Columbia University
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Wednesday, October 22, 6-7pm
“El Greco’s Italian Period and Artistic Hybridity”
Speaker: Andrew Casper, Assistant Professor of Art History, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Frick Collection
Location: Music Room, The Frick Collection
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Wednesday, October 29, 6pm
“Masterworks at the Met: Mannerism’s Perverse Beauty” (Part 1 in a 3-Part Series)
Speaker: Jerrilynn Dodds, Dean, Sarah Lawrence College
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
Organized by: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Tuesday, November 4, 6pm
“Pictures for Scotland”
Speaker: Michael Clarke, Director, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Frick Collection
Location: Music Room, The Frick Collection
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Wednesday, November 5, 6pm
“Masterworks at the Met: Mannerism’s Perverse Beauty” (Part 2 in a 3-Part Series)
Speaker: Jerrilynn Dodds, Dean, Sarah Lawrence College
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
Organized by: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Website

Wednesday, November 5, 6:30pm
“Dürer’s Printed Passions”
Speaker: Larry Silver, Farquhar Professor of Art History, University of Pennsylvania
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Museum of Biblical Art
Location: The Museum of Biblical Art
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Wednesday, November 12, 6pm
“The Notorious Guises: Portraits on a French Renaissance Enamel Plaque in The Frick Collection”
Speaker: Ian Wardropper, Director, The Frick Collection
Ticket/entry details: Free; RSVP online (follow the link below)
Organized by: The Institute of Fine Arts
Location: The Institute of Fine Arts
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Wednesday, November 12, 6pm
“Masterworks at the Met: Mannerism’s Perverse Beauty” (Part 3 in a 3-Part Series)
Speaker: Jerrilynn Dodds, Dean, Sarah Lawrence College
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
Organized by: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Website

Thursday, November 13, 6pm
“El Greco: Spirit and Paradox” (First in a Pair of Lectures)
(Part of the “El Greco at the Met” Series)
Speaker: Keith Christiansen, John Pope-Hennessy Chairman, Department of European Paintings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
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Friday, November 14, 4-5pm
“Friday Focus—Tullio Lombardo: Adam, the Vendramin Tomb, and Venetian Sculpture of the High Renaissance”
Speaker: Anne M. Schulz, independent art historian
Location: Art Study Room, Uris Center for Education, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ticket/entry details: Free with museum admission
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Thursday, November 20, 6pm
“El Greco: Spirit and Paradox” (Second in a Pair of Lectures)
(Part of the “El Greco at the Met” Series)
Speaker: Keith Christiansen, John Pope-Hennessy Chairman, Department of European Paintings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
Website

Monday, November 25, 6pm
"Lost Madrid: The Royal Palace of the Spanish Habsburgs"
Speaker: Jesús Escobar, Associate Professor of Art History, Northwestern University
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: Bettman Lecture Series, Department of Art History & Archaeology, Columbia University
Location: Schermerhorn Hall, Room 612 (Lecture Hall), Columbia University
Website

Thursday, December 4, 6pm
“El Greco at the Met”
(Part of the “El Greco at the Met” Series)
Speaker: Walter Liedtke, Curator, Department of European Paintings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Location: The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ticket/entry details: Tickets start at $30; $75 for the series (includes museum admission); Tickets can be purchased online
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Wednesday, December 10, 6-7pm
“A Masterpiece Revisited”
Speaker: Michael Gallagher, Sherman Fairchild Conservator in Charge, Department of Paintings Conservation, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ticket/entry details: Free; no reservation necessary
Organized by: The Frick Collection
Location: Music Room, The Frick Collection
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Thursday, December 11, 6pm
“Reflections on World Art History”
Speaker: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Frederick Marquand Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University
Ticket/entry details: Free; RSVP by following the link below
Organized by: The Institute of Fine Arts
Location: The Institute of Fine Arts
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