Drawing America Presents a conversation centered on the diverse and experimental drawings of famed French sculptor, Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). Join Christina Buley-Uribe (Art Historian, Rodin Specialist), Jill Newhouse (Jill Newhouse Gallery), and moderator, Allison Wucher (Master Drawings New York) as they explore the world of Rodin’s drawings.
Christina Buley-Uribe is an independent curator and art historian specialized in Rodin’s graphic work. She published extensively on this topic and is the author of the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of Rodin’s Drawings.
Allison Wucher is the director of Master Drawings New York (MDNY). MDNY is yearly art event (also established in 2006) which takes places on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and comprises of gallery exhibitions and events focused on drawings. Allison joined MDNY in 2016 and has since established a number of partnership events with museums and institutions such as The Met, Morgan Library, Cooper Hewitt, New-York Historical Society and Drawing New York. Outside of MDNY, Allison runs her own art consulting firm, Silverpoint Fine Art, which focuses on projects relating to drawings, prints and photographs.