FSU art history professor first American to hold prestigious Italian art research residency

Oct 16, 2019 419


A Florida State University art history professor recently accepted an invitation to be the 2019–2020 Scholar in Residence at the Magazzino Italian Art Foundation, a museum and research center located just north of New York City. Tenley Bick, an assistant professor of global contemporary art at FSU, is the first American to hold the residency.

The fellowship-residency will provide Bick with access to postwar and contemporary Italian art, scholarly literature, a community of researchers with shared interests, and the invaluable opportunity to continue revising her monograph on Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto for publication.

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SOURCE: https://news.fsu.edu/

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