GOYA with Fabian Cereijido Ph.D.
Art Division is hosting a series of four lectures—January 14 to February 4, 2021—by artist and art historian Fabián Cereijído on the work of Francisco Goya (1746 –1828), Spanish painter and printmaker. Catherine Hess, curator and Art Division Board Chair will join Fabián as a moderator.
Fabián Cereijído has taught art history at Art Division for many years. He has lived in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, New York City before moving to California, where he obtained a PhD in art history. He has published on current modes of art censorship, Goya’s Disasters of War, and Latin American art.
About the class:
Each lecture will take place Thursday evenings from 6 to 7pm on a Zoom webinar.
For lecture no. 1, Cereijido will engage Goya’s relationship to French Romanticism, Spanish provincialism, Rococo, and the several art historical constructs.
For lecture no. 2, he will discuss Goya’s Caprichos prints of the 1790s
For lecture no. 3, he will explore Goya’s take on death in Los Desastres de la
Guerra prints of the 1810
For lecture no. 4, he will present Goya’s “Black Paintings” of ca. 1820
This event is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.
This event is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
Date: Thursdays, January 14th - February 4th, 2021
6:00 - 7:00 PM