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Essays by Hunter College Art & Art History faculty appear in the catalogue for the recently opened Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe exhibition at New York's Guggenheim Museum.  Distinguished Professor Emily Braun's essay, Shock and Awe: Futurist Aeropittura and the Theories of Giulio Douhet, and Professor Maria Antonella Pelizzari's essay, Futurist Photography: Tato and the 1930s, provide exciting new scholarship on the fascinating Futurist movement.  A hardcover copy of the catalogue is available for use in the Zabar Art Library, Room 1608 N.

Other recent publications representing the work of Hunter College Art & Art History Department faculty also available in the Zabar Art Library:

  • All the Queens Men / Katie Murray; with introduction by Maria Antonella Pelizzari.- c2013.
  • Architecture, art and identity in Venice and its territories, 1450-1750/ edited by Nebahat Avcioglu and Emma Jones.
  • Beyond the aesthetic and the anti-aesthetic / edited by James Elkins and Harper Montgomery.- [2013]
  • A companion to Renaissance and Baroque art / edited by Babette Bohn and James M. Saslow.- Wiley-Blackwell,2013. (includes Associate Professor Elinor Richter's essay, Recasting the Role of the Italian Sculptor: Sculptors, Patrons, Materials, and the Principles for the New Early Modern Age)
  • Wild art / David Carrier, Joachim Pissarro.- Phaidon Press Ltd, 2013.
  • William Anastasi : sound works, 1963-2013.- Hunter College, The City University of New York, 2013.
  • Wols : Retrospective / with essays by Ewald Rathke, Toby Kamps, Patrycja de Bieberstein Ilgner, Katy Siegel. [2013]



Steven Kowalik, MSLS
Art Librarian, Hunter College Libraries / CUNY
Zabar Art Library, Room 1608 North
695 Park Avenue, New York, NY   10065
phone: 212-772-5054