Dawn Pereira – Fellow
Beyond William Mitchell’s British ‘Colourful Crusade’; Creating Art for the Urban Landscapes of the United States (1972–76)
Women in Abstraction: An Interview with Curator Christine Macel

…Louise Bourgeois or Eva Hesse, for example. The strategies have always been unique and linked to constantly evolving sociological contexts, with the specificity for American women of having been pioneers…

A woman dressed in black spilling paint from a paint can onto the floor, which already has paint spills in orange, blue, and yellow.
American artist Lynda Benglis works on a commissioned project for the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, 1969. The work involves poured latex paint for an installation at the university. © Adagp, Paris 2021 (Photo by Henry Groskinsky/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images)
Alice Butler – Fellow
“What a hazard a letter is”: Correspondence in feminist art, art writing, and art history, from Emily Dickinson to Now
Katie Loney – Fellow
Lockwood de Forest, The Ahmedabad Wood Carving Company, and the Global Circulation of Luxury Goods
Davide Colombo – Fellow
What's America? What's Italy? Analysis of the Relations Between Italy and USA during the 1950s and 1960s: Different Interests and Approaches by Dorazio, Afro, and Scialoja