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9:00-9:30 am
Coffee
9:30 am
Session I: Early Modern Venice

Noam Elcott, Princeton University
Introduction
David Kim, Harvard University
A City Discovered and Destroyed: Tenochtitlan and Benedetto Bordone’s Isolario (1528)
Chris Stacy, Princeton University
Venice Preserv’d: Painting and Collecting at the End of the Republic
Respondent: Patricia Fortini Brown, Princeton University

11:30am

Session II: 1860s France

Scott Allan, Princeton University
Facing the Sphinx of Tradition: Gustave Moreau's 'Oedipus' in 1864
André Dombrowksi, University of California at Berkeley
Murder and Modern Life
Respondent: Alastair Wright, Princeton University

 

2:00 pm

Session III: Painting circa 1960

Kim Conaty, University of Hamburg
The ‘Sheer Obstinacy’ of Gerhard Richter
John Curley, Yale University
Running on Empty: The Late-1950s Paintings of Willem de Kooning and American Highway Culture
Respondent: Brigid Doherty, Princeton University

4:00 pm

Keynote Address

Tom Crow, Director of the Getty Research Institute

The Unknown Conversation: The Last Works of Mark Rothko and Eva Hesse
Respondent: Hal Foster, Princeton University

 

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