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Dorothy Shakespear - Untitled (Abstract Landscape) - Gift of Omar S. Pound '51, Copyright Estate of Omar S. Pound
Emerson Gallery Lends to Guggenheim in Venice

Works from Hamilton’s art collection are currently on view at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy, as part of the exhibition, The Vorticists: Rebel Artists in London and New York, 1914-1918. The Emerson Gallery lent four paintings by English artist Dorothy Shakespear (1886-1973), wife of Ezra Pound, Class of 1905, to the exhibition  More ...

Francisco & Maynor by John Sonsini courtesy of ACME
Emerson Gallery Presents Three Exhibitions

A trio of exhibitions that feature eccentric views of men and women opens on Monday, Jan.17, in the Emerson Gallery. On view through April 3, they include paintings, drawings and photography. The exhibitions and associated events are free and open to the public.  More ...

Students in Brent Plate's Religion and Modern Art seminar view Van Gogh's <em>Starry Night</em>.
Religion and Modern Art Class Explores Works of Art in NYC Museums
Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent plate took members of his "Religion and Modern Art" seminar to New York City on Sept. 2-4 to tour the Guggenheim Museum and Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). The visit will serve as the basis for much of the class conversation in upcoming weeks.

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Steve Goldberg
Goldberg Participates in Program on Chinese Cultural Identity
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen Goldberg delivered two presentations about tradition and modernity and participated in a panel discussion at the Summer Institute on The Silk Road: Early Globalization and Chinese Cultural Identities, held May 24-June 25 at the East-West Center in Honolulu. More ...
Maeve Gately at the ruins of Vasliki, another Minoan site near Gournia.
Digging Through the Dust
Last night I dreamt of Pacheia Ammos. Though it was still mid-summer, there was already a feeling of nostalgia in the air, and a chill wind blew along the seafront and through the empty cafés. I walked from one room to the next, searching for somewhere to stay, while Greek men pointed me in a different direction each time I asked. I climbed concrete stairs to the top of the Golden Beach Hotel, and watched the ferry boats in the distance, loaded with cars and bound for faraway places. Then I heard Greek music wafting up from the Taverna below, thought of dancing, and awoke. More ...
The Pacheia Ammos beachfront.
A Shift in Perspective
When you tell people you are spending the summer on an archaeological dig, those who have any experience with excavations begin to tell you how it will affect your daily life. More ...
The INSTAP center for East Crete, where finds from the field are analyzed.
Gately ’12 and Acquisto ’13 Uncover Minoan Past in Crete
In 1600 B.C., during the Minoan civilization on Crete, Gournia was bustling with the activity of a small city, with construction of the enormous central palace underway. Working with John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor in Fine Arts, Maeve Gately ’12 and Kiernan Acquisto ’13 are excavating the site to learn more about its ancient past. More ...
McEnroe Publishes Book about Minoan Crete Architecture
John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Art, has published Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age with the University of Texas Press. More ...
Stephen J. Goldberg
Goldberg Publishes Book Chapter About Chinese Visual Art
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg published a chapter titled “Philosophical Reflection and Visual Art in Traditional China” in Asian Texts--Asian Contexts: Encounters with Asian Philosophies and Religions, edited by David Jones and E.R. Klein (SUNY Press, 2010). More ...
<em>Four Figure Composition</em> by Wyndham Lewis
Emerson Gallery Loans Painting to Madrid Museum
The Emerson Gallery is lending a painting by Percy Wyndham Lewis from its collection to Fundación Juan March, an art museum in Madrid, Spain, for Wyndham Lewis, 1882-1957. This exhibition, which opens on Feb. 5, brings together drawings and paintings by the British artist from across Europe and the United States. The loaned work was a gift to the gallery from Omar S. ’51 and Elizabeth Pound. More ...
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