Gayle was widely recognized for her passionate advocacy of photography beginning in the early 80s, her adventuresome collecting, her generous gifts to many museums, and her esteemed leadership as a Trustee and Chair of the International Center of Photography.
The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, has received a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that will bolster the Center's mission to provide premier graduate-level training and education for future conservators.
A $1.5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable the Center to offer support to graduate students, as well as to provide mid-level training for external students and professionals already working in the field.
The fall Duke House Exhibition, chin(A)frica: an interface, investigates some of the ways in which identity, geopolitics, and otherness are re-formulated through expansive exchanges between China and African countries over the past decade.
New discoveries excavated on the acropolis of Selinunte, Sicily, reveal how the early inhabitants of ancient Selinus worshipped a female cult as far back as 630 BCE.
A respected art history scholar with expertise in modern and contemporary art, Italian studies, and gender and sexuality, Dr. Poggi will assume the directorship at the Institute in September 2017.
A newly commissioned project by sculptor and painter, Lucy Kim, "Rejuvenate and Repeat" is the latest installment of an ambitious series of solo shows dedicated to contemporary women artists at the Great Hall of the Institute’s historic Duke House.
Artists and scholars gather to discuss the impact of the landmarked mansion's most recent contemporary show, "Intertwined," on Wednesday, February 1. The show will run through February 19, 2017
"Some Hags," an assemblage of new work by sculptor Martha Friedman, will be the first in a series of exhibitions by and about women at IFA’s Great Hall, opening October 19.
The Institute of Fine Arts (IFA) at New York University continues its ongoing Great Hall Exhibition Series by showcasing sculptor Charles Simonds’s Mental Earth in the Great Hall Gallery, opening April 1, 2016.