The Archives of American Art has become a key repository for CIMA fellows. Although focused on American art, it turns out to be a tremendous resource for scholars investigating the entry and impact of Italian art in the US in the twentieth century. Here CIMA Fellow Chiara Fabi shares her experiences with the AAA.
This week is the last official week at CIMA for the Fall Fellows, Chiara Fabi and Francesco Guzzetti. They each shared some thoughts on one work in the Medardo Rosso exhibition: Take a look at these new videos from CIMA!
CIMA has just launched its second season, dedicated to the revolutionary Italian sculptor Medardo Rosso (1858-1928). I am very excited about the new research on Rosso that will happen over the course of this year. We have two wonderful new Fall Fellows, Chiara Fabi and Francesco Guzzetti, who are leading the guided visits on Fridays and Saturdays. During the course of their fellowships, they are each investigating various aspects of Rosso’s presence and impact in the United States.