Christopher Heuer at the Smart Museum Lecture Series

Christopher Heuer will kick off the 2014 Smart Museum Lecture Series on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 4:30 PM in Cochrane-Woods Art Center 157. Christopher Heuer, Princeton University, specializes in early modern European art and theory, with an emphasis upon Northern painting, architecture, and print culture. He is currently working on a book examining German art and kinesis, and a second about Renaissance icebergs. In Fall of 2011 he and a group of collaborators curated Vision and Communism at the University of Chicago, and authored an accompanying book. Before coming to Princeton, Heuer taught at Columbia, Berkeley and the University of Washington, Seattle. He has held Getty, Kress, Humboldt, and Clark Fellowships, and in Fall 2009 he was Gerda Henkel Stiftung Fellow at the Humboldt Universität Berlin. Since 2010 Heuer has held Princeton University's Class of 1931 Bicentennial Preceptorship, and is currently Northern European book review editor for He remains a continuing participant in the Selma-based Our Literal Speed.

The public lecture is sponsored by the Department Art History and generously supported by the Smart Family Foundation.

Reception will follow.

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