Wednesday, February 26, 5-7 pm
The Italian Academy, 3rd Floor Library
1161 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY
Following up on the opening of the Guggenheim’s landmark show Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe (http://bit.ly/19HkaRL), the Columbia University Seminar in Modern Italian Studies is hosting a roundtable discussion on the exhibit and Futurism more broadly. Futurism continues to be of interest because of its wide-ranging contributions to modern culture, which the exhibit highlights in its multidisciplinary chronicle of the movement, but also because of its social and political views. The members of our panel bring a broad array of expertise to the roundtable, and as such we
expect an expansive dialogue on the many facets of Futurism. We will reserve time at the end for audience questions and comments.
Confirmed participants include:
- Giovanna Ginex, Independent Art Historian
- Romy Golan, Professor of Art History, Lehman College and the CUNY Graduate Center
- Vivien Greene, Chief Curator for Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe, Guggenheim Museum
- Marianne Lamonaca, Associate Gallery Director and Chief Curator, Bard Graduate Center
- Adrian Lyttelton, Professor of European Studies, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
- Christine Poggi, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Criticism, University of Pennsylvania
Discussion moderated by Ernest Ialongo, Chair, Columbia University Seminar in Modern Italian Studies
Please join us at the Italian Academy of Columbia University (1161 Amsterdam Ave., in the 3rd Floor Library) on Wednesday, February 26, 5-7 pm. RSVP to Ernest Ialongo at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 21.
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