Julie Codell, art history professor in the School of Art in ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, recently shared her work at a museum and at two conferences.
Codell presented an invited lecture, “Collecting Degas in America,” at the Denver Art Museum, in coordination with the museum’s exhibition “Degas: A Passion for Perfection” on March 30.
Earlier in March, she presented a paper called “Dialogic Seriality of Artists’ Autograph Replicas” at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies conference, which was held in San Francisco. She also served as an invited panelist at the conference.
In January, Codell shared her research at the international conference Art on the Move: Mobility in the Long Nineteenth Century in Birmingham, England. She presented a paper on “Autograph Replicas in Motion: Industrial Production, Global Demand and Conflicting Valuations.”