Date(s) - Tuesday, June 30, 2020
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Join us for this free lecture via Zoom in which art historian and television personality, Rocky Ruggiero, will reveal the fascinating relationship between contemporary artist Frank Stella and Baroque artist Caravaggio. The immediacy of Caravaggio’s theatrical picture spaces marked a turning point in the history of European painting, and also inspired a “new pictoriality” the work of Stella and other modern abstract artists. Ruggiero will examine Caravaggio’s revolutionary art and its impact on the art of the 17th and 20th centuries.
Tuesday, June 30, 5:30 PM
Free for Museum members; $5 non-members
Register to join on Zoom
Rocky Ruggiero is a professor of Art and Architectural History and expert on Italian Renaissance art who has lectured at numerous universities throughout the United States and Italy. His television appearances include the History Channel documentaries, Engineering an Empire: Da Vinci’s World and Museum Secrets: the Uffizi Gallery, and the NOVA PBS program Great Cathedral Mystery.
Image credit: Instillation Frank Stella, by Steven Brooke