CIMA Travel Fellow Laura Moure Cecchini, a current PhD candidate at Duke University, reports on her dissertation research at the National Central Achive or Archivio Centrale dello Stato (ACS) in Rome.
Featuring works by the American post-pop artist Rob Pruitt, the long-term exhibition Rob Pruitt 50th Birthday Bash opened to the public on May 10th, concurrent with the artist’s birthday month, bringing together artworks from the Brant collection as well as loans from Gavin Brown’s Enterprise.
Summer Intern, Erica Blume, relates the ever-emotional process of de-installing a show as we end CIMA’s 2nd season on Medardo Rosso. Working closely with conservators, discoveries were made regarding the creative methods and techniques the artist used.
New York, a celebrated capital of contemporary culture, also hosted two remarkable World’s Fairs during the 20th century, in 1939-40 and in 1964-65, which especially outside of the United States are not well known yet. In 1939-40, on the eve of World War II, Fascist Italy took part in that event dominated by the celebration of the American Way.