Exotic Switzerland. A Global History of the Enlightenment
Watch the presentation of our Forthcoming Show in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Opening: September 23, 2020
Place: Palais de Rumine, Lausanne
Curated by Noémie Etienne, Claire Brizon and Chonja Lee
Scenography: Frédéric Dedelley
Private Exhibition Tour and Roundtable Discussion, organized by the Frick Collection and Journal18, The Frick Collection, New York, Friday, February 17, 2017, 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Pierre Gouthière: Virtuoso Gilder at the French Court
A tour of the special exhibition led by Charlotte Vignon, Curator of Decorative Arts, The Frick Collection, and organizer of the exhibition.
Perspectives on 18th-Century Art History
A roundtable and forum moderated by Meredith Martin (New York University), with preliminary remarks on the following:
The Digital – Carrie Anderson (Middlebury College) and Nancy Um (Binghamton University, State University of New York)
The Biographical – Hannah Williams (Queen Mary University of London)
The Global – Anne Lafont (Institut national d’histoire de l’art, Paris)
The Material – Noémie Etienne (University of Bern)
The Decorative – David Pullins (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
“The Future of Art History.” Event hosted by Artsy. In conversation with Thomas Crow, Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts.
|“Rendez-vous: an International Seminar on French Art (18th-20th Centuries)”, Organizer of the Lectures Serie Institute of Fine Arts, New York.
|Missing Objects, Ensemble Vide, Rome, June 8.|
|Founding Member and co-director of Eternal Tour. Experimental and interdisciplinary research project on the notion of cosmopolitism. Curating of exhibitions, organization of concerts, performances and talks in Rome (2008), Neuchâtel (2009), Jerusalem (2010), Las Vegas (2011), Geneva (2012).|
|Co-curator of the exhibition “La Renaissance italienne dans les collections genevoises“, Martin Bodmer Foundation, Cologny (GE), Switzerland