Chantal Fernandez
Yalies showcase art in Santa Fe

Last weekend marked the opening of SITE Santa Fe’s eighth International Biennial Exhibition, co-curated by Sarah Lewis GRD ’13, a doctoral candidate in the History […]

Art Gallery nets famed photo archive

The darkroom decisions and creative process of famous American photographer Lee Friedlander, known for his photographs of everything American, will soon be accessible to Yale […]

Designer’s life and works explored

Yale was the first university in the country to establish a graphic design degree program, in 1950. And one of the department’s first professors was […]

Yale’s approach in focus

Created with flickr slideshow. Every Tuesday afternoon, in a room in Green Hall that still bears traces of its former use as the site of […]

Founding director of British Art Center honored

Today in Chicago, Professor Emeritus of the History of Art Jules Prown will be honored for his contributions to the study of the history of […]

Yale’s message in a bottle

Yale's Bottled WaterWatch this video on YouTube WILLINGTON, Conn. — On a hillside in rural Connecticut, there is a small, red wooden house. Inside, a […]

A new perspective from an old hand

  American photographer Rodney Smith DIV ’73 has never shied away from asking existential questions. In his latest book, “The End” — a limited edition, […]

Christmas comes early to the Gallery

HARTFORD — Tucked away in an old warehouse here is a room filled to the ceiling with photographs. There are photos propped up against the […]

Profs show off brush work

Yale students are not the only ones on campus with a diverse range of unrelated talents. Currently on view at the Whitney Humanities Center gallery […]

Yale lecturer publishes ‘fun’ photos

At Lisa Kereszi’s ART ’00 book signing Thursday at the Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City, one man, upon flipping to the title page […]

Penn passes but leaves legacy at Yale gallery

A woman reclines elegantly, the rhombuses of her dress and the edges of her angled hat jumping off the page in their unnatural blackness. Even […]