Ciao Richard

In memory of Richard Nonas (3 January, 1936–11 May, 2021).

 

In my experience all sculptors fall into two categories in relation to photography: there are some that photograph their work as documentation, and…

MEET OUR SPRING 2021 FELLOW: MARICA ANTONUCCI

What do you find most interesting about Art History?

I have always been drawn to the ways in which works of art relate to their social context of production. Specifically, how artists negotiate, question, and reimagine particular structures of society alongside their underlying power dynamics and political ideologies through medium, subject matter, and…

Members only tour of Morandi and Albers at David Zwirner

On Friday March 19th, CIMA members were given a walking tour of the David Zwirner Gallery’s current exhibition Albers and Morandi: Never Finished, led by the exhibit curator David Leiber and CIMA Founder and President Laura Mattioli. This exhibit explores the visual resonances and contrasts between two of the twentieth century’s greatest painters, German-born Josef…

MEET OUR SPRING 2021 INTERN: CLARA APOSTOLATOS

How did you first become interested in Art History?

I became interested in art history during my first semester at Columbia University when I enrolled in a ‘Masterpieces of Western Art’ course that surveyed the canon of western art—from the architecture of the Ancient Greek Parthenon to the gestural paintings by Michel Basquiat. I found…

Laura Mattioli and David Leiber walk through ‘Albers and Morandi: Never Finished’

CIMA President and Founder Laura Mattioli walks through the ongoing exhibition Albers and Morandi, Never Finished at David Zwirner in NYC;   Watch the video here:

MEET OUR NEW FELLOW: VIRGINIA MAGNAGHI

What made you become interested in Art History?

My interest didn’t come so soon, certainly not as a vocation. After high school, I had the great opportunity to start my Bachelor in Humanities in Venice, and the city was in a sense the one who guided me towards art history, in an immersive and powerful…