The annual College Art Association (CAA) conference is the largest venue for presentations by artists and art historians working in academia. This year's conference in Los Angeles, from February 21–24, includes presentations by three faculty from our Division of Art History.
Lacey Baradel, the Allan and Mary Kollar Endowed Fellow in American Art, is giving a presentation titled "Transportation, Intimacy, and Dislocation in the Work of John Sloan" as part of the session titled "Intimate Geographies."
Assistant Professor Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse is presenting "Textualizing Intangible Cultural Heritage: Querying the Methods of Art History" in the session titled "America Is (Still) Hard to See: New Directions in American Art History."
Associate Professor Sonal Khullar presents a paper titled "Art as Fieldwork: The Gram Dhara Chitra Utsav (2016)" as part of the session titled "Reorganizing the Art World: Postwar and Contemporary Collectives in Asia."