Tag: Art

Picasso’s Guernica in New York: From Political Icon to Museum Masterpiece?

Guernica, Picasso’s painting for the Spanish Republican Pavilion in the International Exposition of Arts and Techniques of Paris in 1937, had a strong impact on the New York School. It was first exhibited in New York City in May 1939...

/ December 5, 2017

Agitation for Freedom: Revolution and Its Avant-garde

Please join us for a conference in celebration of the centennial of the Russian Revolution. It will include two panels and a round table entitled “Why Celebrate the Revolution Today?” This event is organized in conjunction with Russian Revolution: A Contested Legacy, an...

/ December 1, 2017

Waiting for the leaves to fall: World War I seen through the artists who fought in its trenches

A new exhibition highlights the work of European artists dealing with the war’s traumas.

/ November 22, 2017

Exhibit Opening. Mikhail Karasik: The USSR’s Tower of Babel

Please join the Harriman Institute and the Russian American Cultural Center for a reception in celebration of the opening of our new exhibit, Mikhail Karasik: The USSR’s Tower of Babel, curated by Regina Khidekel. THE USSR’s TOWER OF BABEL, an exhibit of lithographs by...

/ November 14, 2017

Rendered History: Reclaiming the Truth of War in the Former Yugoslavia

Please join the Harriman Institute and the Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights for a discussion with artist Vladimir Miladinovic and Srdjan Hercigonja(Columbia University, Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability Fellow, Institute for the Study of Human Rights) who are...

/ October 26, 2017

Chornobyl: Artists Respond

In cooperation with The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA) in Chicago, Art at the Institute presents a special exhibition of original prints commemorating the thirty-first anniversary of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant disaster. Organized by Walter Hoydysh, PhD, Curator...

/ April 7, 2017

Drawing’s Stepchild: How Lithography Transformed the Visual Universe of Nineteenth-Century France

Patricia Mainardi Book Event and Illustrated Lecture Lithography was invented around 1800 as a commercial technology, but artists soon adopted it. They favored its immediacy over more traditional engraving, and it soon became the preferred medium for caricature, landscape and...

/ March 21, 2017

Geography: An Exhibition of Contemporary Neckwear Designs by Slava Salyuk

Join us for a special public reception on Saturday, March 18 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, as we welcome and celebrate the works of contemporary neckwear designer Slava Salyuk from Lviv, Ukraine. In her first showing with The Ukrainian Institute...

/ March 18, 2017

Mykhailo Dejak: Recent Works

Art at the Institute is pleased to announce “Mykhailo Dejak: Recent Works” selling exhibition. Organized in cooperation with Voloshyn Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine), “Mykhailo Deyak: Recent Works” is curated by Dr. Walter Hoydysh of the Ukrainian Institute together with Max and...

/ March 17, 2017

The Golden Age: Anton Chekhov And The Moscow Art Theater

On March 8th, 2017 please join us for “The Golden Age: Anton Chekhov And The Moscow Art Theater” featuring Aleksey Burago. The event is part of the Occasional series, sponsored by the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. Join critically...

/ March 8, 2017