Hannah Waxman ’19 visits the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow!

The students of the 2017 Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies Global Seminar in Moscow were fortunate enough to visit the city’s Tretyakov gallery of Russian art during their first week of the class. The Tretyakov started as a private collection that was granted to the Russian nation at the end of the 19th Read more about Hannah Waxman ’19 visits the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow![…]

Transported by Art – A Visit to the Atelier Cézanne, by Urvashi Uberoy ’20

I spent my first morning in Aix-en-Provence the way any tourist does – by strolling along the Cours Mirabeau, the Champs-Elysées of Aix. Shaded by the canopy of trees that line the boulevard, I soaked in my surroundings. The scent of the gleaming berries in the open-air market and the aroma of freshly-baked bread in Read more about Transported by Art – A Visit to the Atelier Cézanne, by Urvashi Uberoy ’20[…]

Laura Herman

This summer, I have been living in Paris whilst working in a laboratory studying vision. What art museums spring to your mind at the mention of Paris? For many, the answer likely includes the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay. This summer, however, I have found solace in the small, unknown, and underappreciated museums of the Read more about Laura Herman[…]

Delaney Kerkhof

When You Give a Kid a Paintbrush… Throughout my summer in New York City, I had the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art several times. Although the Met’s Manus x Machina exhibit was creating the greatest buzz in the art world and general public, I was particularly excited and intrigued by the museum’s exhibition of artwork Read more about Delaney Kerkhof[…]

Sarah Rapoport

Museums as travel in time and space; or, how plants led me to some unexpected realizations This summer, I had the absolutely wonderful experience of interning at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in lovely, sunny San Marino, California. An institution unlike any other, The Huntington combines three separate collections to form a Read more about Sarah Rapoport[…]

Sarah Cho

This summer, I’ve had the pleasure of interning at the New York Artists Equity Association (NYAE) and its art space, Equity Gallery. NYAE was founded in 1947 by artists to promote opportunities for New York artists. Our community has since grown and have encompassed artists such as Thomas Hart Benton, Willem de Kooning, Frank Stella, Read more about Sarah Cho[…]