“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

  In the 1950s and 1960s, Latin American politics and society were roiled by economic turmoil, bombings, and militaristic regimes. Against this backdrop, a number of artists sought to question and negate the apparent need for violence through artistic...
A Sea Change At The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

A Sea Change At The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Friday, Jan. 23, Haverford’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery celebrated the opening of its latest show, Zoe Strauss: Sea Change, in which the titular Philadelphia photographer explores the extended aftermath of three ecological disasters: Hurricane Katrina, the BP...
Memory, Place, Desire Opens In The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Memory, Place, Desire Opens In The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Associate Director, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and Campus Exhibitions Matthew Callinan (far left) with the student curators Koshland Director of the Hurford Center for the Arts & Humanities Laura McGrane Curator and Visiting Associate Professor of Art History Carol...
Art and Anarchism in the CFG

Art and Anarchism in the CFG

On Friday the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery opened its latest show, if I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution, which takes its name from a quote by early 20th century activist Emma Goldman. The exhibit—the first of its kind—explores the political movement...