Tag: NYC Exhibitions

“Rodin at the Met”: Upholding a Long-Standing History

“Rodin at the Met”: Upholding a Long-Standing History

The sculptures and drawings of Auguste Rodin, on view in “Rodin at the Met” remind viewers of the beauty in human life and human bodies. The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents this exhibition alongside numerous worldwide exhibitions celebrating Rodin’s legacy and commemorating 100 years since […]

Opening Night for A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints

Opening Night for A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints

Cue the unsophisticated toddler: that’s me. Pan to the setting: that’s Japan Society full of well-established and cultured intellectuals, with me in toe. This is the scene of my working at the A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints opening event. “Here I am, […]

Guest Speaker Francois Specq takes Professor Isaak’s Art & Ecology to QuestRoyal Fine Arts

Guest Speaker Francois Specq takes Professor Isaak’s Art & Ecology to QuestRoyal Fine Arts

On March 23rd, Professor Isaak’s Art & Ecology class welcomed guest speaker from France, Francois Specq. Specq, a professor visiting from the University of Lyon, gave a lecture on the 19th century American attitude towards nature, as determined through art and literature. After the lecture, […]

Fordham Conversations sits down with Professor Barbara E. Mundy to discuss the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden.

Fordham Conversations Host Robin Shannon sits down with Fordham University Professor of Art History Dr. Barbara Mundy to discuss the work of painter Frida Kahlo and the significance of Mexican art.  Also Producer Blake Christie takes listeners on a tour of the New York Botanical […]