Eniola Ajao ’21 describes attending the opening reception of the Unwilling: Exercises in Melancholy Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit.
Noorie Chawdhury ’21 reviews the artists roundtable for the Cantor Fitzgerald Exhibit Unwilling: Exercises in Melancholy. The five artists featured gathered to talk about their work and relationship to melancholia.
Andrew Nguyen ’19 describes meeting Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, the artist whose work is currently on display in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Exhibit “Black Atlas.” Nguyễn’s work focuses on the invisible burden placed on indigenous people by western curators and and museums to carry the weight of their entire culture.
Esme Trontz ’18 reviews the film screening of Containment directed by Peter Galison and Robb Moss. The film was shown in conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibition Futureproof.
Esme Trontz ’18 reviews the CFG exhibition Dear 1968… by artist Sadie Barnette. The exhibition explores Barnette’s relationship with the FBI and her father, a member of the Black Panther Party.