Talks

Art in Context | Getting Back the Body: Henry Moore's Photo Collages

Free admission

Joanna Fiduccia, Assistant Professor of the History of Art, Yale University

About Joanna Fiduccia

Joanna Fiduccia is Assistant Professor in the History of Art at Yale, where she specializes in European and North American modern art. Her scholarship and art criticism have been published in Art History, October, Parkett, East of Borneo, and Artforum. Her current book project is titled Figures of Crisis: Alberto Giacometti and the Myths of Nationalism.

Art in Context

Presented by faculty, staff, student guides, and visiting scholars, these talks focus on a particular work of art in the museum’s collections or special exhibitions through an in-depth look at its style, subject matter, technique, or time period.

Top image
Henry Moore, Flint Torso, 1978, charcoal, gouache, and collaged photograph, The Henry Moore Foundation, photograph by David Rudkin © The Henry Moore Foundation

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Bill Brandt, Henry Moore (detail), 1948, gelatin silver print, Hyman Collection, London, © Bill Brandt/Bill Brandt Archive Ltd.
Exhibitions

Bill Brandt | Henry Moore

Thursday, November 17, 2022–Sunday, February 26, 2023

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