Feat. Charlotte Eyerman, Ari Marcopoulos, & Joni Sternbach
Join us Tuesday, June 29 at 6PM (EST) for an Instagram Live conversation with director and chief curator of the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, Charlotte Eyerman, filmmaker and photographer, Ari Marcopoulos, and photographer, Joni Sternbach, as part of Barbarian Days at Fergus McCaffrey St. Barth.
As the author of Courbet’s Legacy in the Twentieth Century, featured in the 2006 exhibition catalogue published by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Eyerman will trace the veiled connections and profound relevancies of Gustave Courbet’s historic 1869–70 painting, The Wave, with the contemporary practices of Marcopoulos and Sternbach—whose works are currently on view in Barbarian Days (by appointment only).
About Charlotte Eyerman
Charlotte Eyerman serves as Director & Chief Curator of the global corporate art collection at JPMorgan Chase, a position she has held since 2017. With over 25 years of experience in cultural and commercial sectors. Charlotte has held leadership roles in academia, museums, galleries, nonprofits and the private sector. She has an extensive exhibitions and publications record, including Courbet and the Modern Landscape at the Getty Museum in 2006, one of the inspirations for this exhibition at Fergus McCaffrey Gallery. Charlotte earned Doctoral and Master’s degrees at the University of California at Berkeley, BA at Holy Cross College. In 2014 she was honored by the French government as Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters.
How to Watch
The event will be accessible via @fergusmccaffrey, @ari_marcopoulos_official, and @jstersurf.
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