Explore the beginning of photography’s appreciation as conceptual art during the 1970s in the work of three pioneers—Robert Heinecken, Sigmar Polke, and Hans-Peter Feldmann—who synthesized aspects of Dada and surrealism of the 1920s and ‘30s in highly experimental work.
Guest Curator Dr. Dana E. Cowen discusses how Dürer’s depictions of feminine authority in his more esoteric prints served as vehicles for larger moral, philosophical, and intellectual concepts.
Dr. Antonaras will give an outline of the history of the Byzantine Empire and the shapes, forms, and uses of glass objects present in Byzantine society will be illustrated.
Patricia Fortini Brown, Professor Emerita of Art History, Princeton University, will deliver the inaugural Edward J. Olszewski lecture.
Join artist Julia Wachtel and Reto Thüring, curator of the exhibition, as they discuss Wachtel’s work and career in celebration of the opening day of her retrospective at the Transformer Station.
Sue Cavanaugh talks about her art.