April 5, 2024 1:00 pm

Upcoming Projects on Nineteenth-Century Prints

Please join us on Friday, April 5 at 1 PM ET for the Virtual Salon “Upcoming Projects on Nineteenth-Century Prints.”

The Virtual Salon is a series of online events co-sponsored by the Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art (AHNCA) and the Dahesh Museum of Art. In this Salon, three curators will share forthcoming exhibitions and books related to the history of prints and ephemera in Europe and the United States during the nineteenth century. Panelists will discuss their work in the context of recent scholarship on the topic and the evolving place of these works and initiatives within museums. The conversation will be moderated by Britany Salsbury, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Panelists include:

Nikki Otten, Associate Curator of prints and drawings, Milwaukee Art Museum.

Nikki Otten stewards a collection of more than 15,000 works on paper spanning the 15th century to the present. She has curated numerous rotations from the collection, and her most recent exhibition was “Always New: The Posters of Jules Chéret” (2023). She holds a PhD in art history from the University of Minnesota.

Fleur Roos Rosa de Carvalho, Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

Fleur Roos Rosa de Carvalho specializes in fin-de-siècle art with a particular interest in the history of printmaking and collecting. She has curated numerous larger and smaller exhibitions and received grants from the Getty Paper Project and the INHA in Paris to complete her catalogue raisonné of the Vollard suites (1899) created by the four Nabis in close collaboration with Auguste Clot.

Allison Rudnick, Associate Curator, Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Allison Rudnick oversees the visual culture and ephemera collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her recent exhibitions include “The Art of the Literary Poster: Works from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection” (2024) and “Art for the Millions: American Culture and Politics in the 1930s” (2023).

This event is free and open to the public but registration is required at: