Middlebury College Lecture – February 25th

I am thrilled to be giving a lecture at Middlebury College on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. The talk will begin at 4.30pm. “Materializing a Modern Italy: Gio Ponti, Internationalism, and the 1961 Esposizione Internazionale del Lavoro” Lecture by Dr. Marin R. Sullivan, Keene State College. The Esposizione Internazionale del Lavoro (International Labor Exhibition)[EIL] was a main component of Italia ’61, the international exhibition celebrating the centenary … Continue reading Middlebury College Lecture – February 25th

Untying “The Knot”: The State of Postwar Italian Art History Today

Dr. Sharon Hecker and I have organized a two-day, international study day on the state of Postwar Italian Art History. Sponsored by the Italian Art Society and generously hosted and supported by the Center for Italian Modern Art in New York, this event will take place next month, on Feb. 9 and 10. It will bring together the top scholars in the field and should prove … Continue reading Untying “The Knot”: The State of Postwar Italian Art History Today

Changes to Sculptural Things

This past autumn, I began a new position as Assistant Professor of Art History in the Art Department of Keene State College in Keene, NH. As a result, there has simply not been enough time to regularly, or even irregularly, post new material to this blog – which up to this point has been about “sculptural things” and not specifically me or my academic career. I want, however, to maintain … Continue reading Changes to Sculptural Things