CSU Department of Art presents a lecture by Kathryn Floyd, Assistant Professor of Art History
Kathryn Floyd, assistant professor of art history at Auburn University, will present the lecture on Wilhelm Lehmbruck and Arthur Grimm: A Photograph from the Degenerate Art Exhibition at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 14 in Carpenters Hall, corner of 9th Avenue and Broadway on CSU’s RiverPark Campus.
Floyd is an art historian and scholar specializing in modern and contemporary art history, African art, and American art. Her research focuses on the history of exhibitions and the arts in Germany, including the German Dada movement and the expressionist artists Käthe Kollwitz and Wilhelm Lehmbruck. Her current research examines postwar German art and art institutions, and she is writing a book on Documenta, an international exhibition of contemporary art held in Kassel, Germany, as it functions within the context of postwar German debates about art, culture, and identity. This lecture is sponsored by CSU’s Department of Art.