A New Video and A New Exhibit

A New Video and A New Exhibit

For all those who didn’t get a chance to see “The Past is A Foreign Country” at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, and for those who did see it and would like to revisit it – you’re in luck! Check out this new video featuring the work of...
Summer at CFG

Summer at CFG

Two unchanging rules of gallery exhibits: 1. Every show will have its own big or small problems 2. All problems will eventually be fixed and the show will open! Hi, I’m Kelly, and I am working as the intern for the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery this summer. Though I...
Go see “Sea Change” before it changes

Go see “Sea Change” before it changes

“Sea Change,” at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, documents and displays havoc wreaked by natural disasters in a strikingly clear, artistic manner. As Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul Farber says in Haverford’s video on “Sea Change,”...
“The Spiritual Garden” comes to a close

“The Spiritual Garden” comes to a close

On the last day of “The Spiritual Garden,” Prof. Hee Sook Kim was kind enough to answer some questions I had about the exhibit. 1) What do you feel are the advantages and disadvantages of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery space, especially pertaining to the...