|Edward J. Sullivan, Professor of Art History at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, has authored more than 30 books and exhibition catalogs on Spanish, Latin American, and Caribbean art, including the popular textbook Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century. A 2003 Guggenheim Fellow, Sullivan has served on various boards and committees at El Museo del Barrio, The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, MoMA, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.|
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To mark the opening of the Garden's major exhibition, The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx, this symposium explores the breadth and genre-spanning creativity of the Brazilian modernist master, celebrating his work as an innovative artist, landscape architect, and conservationist.
|194HRT911||06/07||Fr 10:30am-12:30pm||Sullivan Jungles Seavitt Nordenson Ono||NYBG|