Grad Art

10/16

Lecture: Gülru Çakmak–PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE LONG DURATION OF HISTORY IN OSMAN HAMDI’S PAINTINGS

Florence Gould Foundation Fellow Gülru Çakmak presents “Painting, Photography and the Long Duration of History in Osman Hamdi’s Paintings.”

In this talk, Çakmak will discuss a series of paintings made in the 1880s and 1890s by the Ottoman painter Osman Hamdi (1842–1910), highlighting a set of pictorial and compositional devices through which the paintings thematize the long duration of “History” in general, and Ottoman history in particular.

TUESDAY
OCTOBER 16, 2018
5:30 pm-6:30 pm

Manton Auditorium