Lecture: Salvatore Settis
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Lecture: Salvatore Settis

Lecture: Salvatore Settis

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5540 South Greenwood Avenue

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Join art archaeologist and art historian Salvatore Settis for the talk “Caravaggio and the Antiquities of Rome.”

Settis is author of The Future of the Classical and former director of the Getty Research Institute and the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa.

Presented in conjunction with the Smart Museum of Art’s special exhibition Classicisms.

Free, but space is very limited limited. Advance registration required.



Classicisms Lecture Series

This event is part of a series of gallery talks and lectures related to the Smart Museum of Art's special exhibition Classicisms. The series features Salvatore Settis (March 30), Jas' Elsner (April 6), Elisabeth Décultot (May 31), and Larry Norman (June 1).



Image: Giovanni Battista Piranesi, The So-called Villa of Maecenas, Tivoli, 1763, From the Views of Rome, Etching on laid paper. Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, University Transfer from Max Epstein Archive, Gift of the Carnegie Corporation, 1967.116.162.

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