Visit ICA this Saturday for a FREE TOUR by trained Penn graduate students Anastasia Amrhein and Evan Nabrit.
Anastasia and Evan bring their insights and perspectives to the work on view. No need to schedule, just stop by ICA between 2–5 p.m.
Evan Nabrit is a second-year MFA candidate at the University of Pennsylvania. Fascinated by what he sees as the humanizing gaze superimposed upon select actors of performative violence in the United States and abroad, Nabrit’s work pictures an intersubjectivity between image, status and ethics. He earned his BA from Amherst College in 2006 and, for the most part, produces paintings, objects and video work today.
Anastasia Amrhein is a third-year PhD candidate in the History of Art Department. She holds an MA in Humanities from the University of Chicago. Before coming to study at Penn, she worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Though her focus is on ancient Near Eastern art, she is interested in broader questions of how images function in societies and how humans past and present interact with media.