at home: Symposium | Curatorial Practice and the Museum: Contextualization and Narratives

August 6, 2021

A conversation with Liz Andrews, Executive Director of the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art; Christine Y. Kim, Curator of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Denise Murrell, Associate Curator of 19th- and 20th-Century Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art; and Keely Orgeman, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Yale University Art Gallery; moderated by Maryam Ohadi-Hamadani, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center

at home: Symposium

Featuring artists, collectors, curators, and scholars, The Politics of the Portrait is a three-part online symposium that considers potential solutions and alternatives regarding the history, display, and making of portraits and the role of representation in today’s sociopolitical climate.

About this program

Curators Liz Andrews, Christine Y. Kim, Denise Murrell, and Keely Orgeman discuss their recent projects and upcoming exhibitions and consider the ethical, practical, and historical implications of displaying portraits and figurative artworks in museums.