The Harvard Business School Club of NYC, in collaboration with the HBS African-American Alumni Association, cordially invites you to be part of the Posing Modernity phenomenon.
You’ve read the glowing reviews and seen the gushing analysis of HBS alumna Denise Murrell’s groundbreaking scholarship. In case you haven’t, we have provided links below.
Denise has graciously agreed to lead us through her exhibit and answer your questions.
6:30 pm – Gather, refreshments, and exhibition viewing
7:00 pm – Denise gives remarks and exhibition walk-through
7:30 pm – Q&A and exhibition viewing until 8pm close
8:00 pm – Move to Maison Harlem for dutch treat dinner
Denise Murrell is the curator of the forthcoming exhibition Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet to Matisse and Beyond at Columbia University’s Wallach Art Gallery, and co-curator of the exhibition’s expansion at the Musée d’Orsay, Paris, as the Wallach’s first Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Research Scholar. She is the author of the New York exhibition catalogue, to be published by Yale University Press. Murrell is involved in initiatives to create greater diversity within the curatorial and academic professions of art history, and to develop exhibition programs that introduce overlooked narratives of interest to new and broader museum audiences.
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