Wider Worlds: Art and Audience under the Spanish Crown
This emerging scholars symposium, held in connection with the exhibition “Zurbarán’s Jacob and His Twelve Sons: Paintings from Auckland Castle,” features current research on the art of the early modern Hispanic world.
Welcome and opening remarks
At 1:30 pm.
Susan Grace Galassi, Senior Curator, The Frick Collection
Caitlin Henningsen, Associate Museum Educator for Academic Programs, The Frick Collection Adam Jasienski, Assistant Professor of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University.
Zurbaránesque Painting Series in the Viceroyalty of Peru
At 1:40 pm.
Akemi Luisa Herráez Vossbrink, Ph.D. candidate, King’s College, University of Cambridge
Dry Paint and the Problems of Interpretation: Zurbarán and the Hieronymites at Guadalupe
At 2:05 pm.
Alexandra Letvin, Andrew W. Mellon and Maude de Schauensee Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Surviving the Crucible: American Precious Metals in 16th-Century Spain
At 2:45 pm.
Kate E. Holohan, Assistant Curator for Academic Engagement, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
The Three Idolatries: Ancient Religions and Image Discourse in the Codex Durán Paintings
At 3:10 pm.
Kristopher Driggers, Ph.D. candidate, University of Chicago
Nicolás Enríquez and the Double-Response of New Spanish Painting
At 3:35 pm.
Aaron M. Hyman, Assistant Professor, History of Art, Johns Hopkins University
The Flourish of St. Christopher from Spain to the Philippines
At 4:15 pm.
Lalaine Bangilan Little, Ph.D. candidate, Binghamton University
Material Wilderness: Saint Jerome at Home and Abroad in the Early Modern Hispanic World
At 4:40 p.m.
Brendan McMahon, Assistant Professor of History of Art, University of Michigan
At 5:05 p.m, followed by a reception.
Amanda Wunder, Associate Professor, Department of History, Lehman College (CUNY)