Sarah Mallory

Sarah Mallory

Northern Renaissance
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Sarah’s research focuses on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art, particularly works on paper, paintings, and design.  She is interested in the notion of the Global Baroque as it relates to Dutch Golden Age art, especially the emergence of the landscape genre and the relationship between depictions of human bodies, domestic and foreign landscapes, and expressions of hegemony.  Integral to Sarah’s work is her interest in pedagogy, postcolonial theory, global art historiography, environmental studies, the role of memory in Early Modern European art, object-oriented ontology, and the intersection between materials, making, and meaning.  Beyond the seventeenth century and outside of Continental Europe’s borders, Sarah is also interested in the environmental and cultural legacy of Dutch Golden Age aesthetics in the Global South, North America, and the United Kingdom.  Previously, Sarah held the Isabel and Alfred Bader Fellowships for the study of Dutch art, the Ayesha Bulchandani graduate curatorial internship at The Frick Collection, and worked at various museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria & Albert, and the Brooklyn Museum.  Her work has appeared in Master Drawings, Design and Culture, and Hali Magazine.  Sarah holds a B.S. in Science, Technology, and Culture studies from the Georgia Institute of Technology, an M.A. in the history of Art and Archaeology from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts, and an M.A. in the history of decorative arts and design from Parsons The New School for Design

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