“‘Joy every day’: New Yorkers reveal their fabulous apartments – in pictures” The Guardian has published a series of photographs of New Yorkers in their homes by Sally Davies.  It is a visual delight and another example of what I think of as “home portraits.”  In thinking about the archive/s of historic interiors, how they are preserved and remembered, this genre is a valuable one for us to interrogate and consider.    Read More →

  HIG member and panel participant William Littmann has recently published two pieces in the online journal Platform on the issue of pedagogy and its challenges in a time of Covid and Decolonization.  Pedagogy is an area of central interest to us as an organization, and I encourage you to read and comment on his ideas. William Littman, “How to Travel the Pandemic” Platform, September 14, 2020 William Littman, “How I Found the Courage to Decolonize My Syllabus” Platform, March 1, 2021Read More →

Artist Talk: Dana Levy St. Louis Art Museum Monday, March 8 | 7–8 pm CST | Free register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N38zhCh7Sk6aMXQmrL6jvw   Dana Levy, Campbell House Project, 2021 The Saint Louis Art Museum is currently exhibiting the work of Dana Levy, whose video, sculpture, and print installations “considers how historic architecture and sites embody lived experiences and change context over time. She often begins her projects with specific buildings, local people, and archives to create works that delve into unique cultural histories and connect to overarching themes of place.”   Join curator Hannah Klemm for a conversation with Israeli-born, New York–based artist Dana Levy. Levy is the recipient ofRead More →