Art Book Series:
Painting by Numbers: Data-Driven Histories of Nineteenth-Century Art
by Diana Seave Greenwald
Join Diana Seave Greenwald, assistant curator of the collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, for a discussion of her new book Painting by Numbers, in which she uniquely melds art historical and financial analysis to offer an important and pathbreaking history of art using digital research and economic tools to reveal enduring inequities in the formation of the art historical canon.
In conversation with Amy Whitaker, NYU faculty. Hosted by the New York University Steinhardt School MA in Visual Arts Administration Art Book Series.
Free and open to the public, registration required.