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 New York, from February 13–16, includes participation by three faculty and one graduate student from our Division of Art History.
Associate Professor Sonal Khullar is presenting a paper titled "Full Fathom Five: Excavating South Asia at the Lahore Biennale (2018)" in a session titled "Impartial Integration: Decolonizing artistic and creative practices in Asia."
Estelle Lingo, Associate Professor and Donald E. Petersen Professor in the Arts, has been invited to chair a session titled "Impartial Integration: Decolonizing artistic and creative practices in Asia."Early Modern Craftsmanship and Contemporary Techniques," which includes a presentation by Bryan Robertson (MFA 2016).
Assistant Professor Adair Rounthwaite is co-chairing a session titled "Communist Kitsch." She is also presenting a paper titled "Art at the Edge of Poetry: The Work of Vlado Martek" as part of a session titled "Edges of Media."
Laura Stowell, PhD student, is giving a paper titled "Witnessing and the White Cube: Regina José Galindo’s (279) Golpes and El Objetivo" in a session titled "Manifestation in Public Space."