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Albrecht Dürer: A Reformation-Era Artist @ DAAP Library

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Created in collaboration with Richard Schade, Professor of German Studies at the University of Cincinnati, Albrecht Dürer: A Reformation-Era Artist coincides with the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Exhibition, Albrecht Dürer: The Age of Reformation and Renaissance, and the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The images and text, selected and written by Schade, align Dürer’s creative experience with the experiences of current DAAP students, and summarizes some of Dürer’s most famous works.

Albrecht Dürer: A Reformation-Era Artist will be on display at the DAAP Library until December 3rd.

Albrecht Dürer: The Age of Reformation and Renaissance starts Friday, November 17th, and will be on view until February 11th at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Art Referential: Catherine Richards

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Art isn’t created in a vacuum, and Art Referential justifies this. Art Referential doesn’t just highlight an artist’s work; it also highlights the rich resources the artist is pulling from.

The second installment of Art Referential highlighted DAAP School of Design Professor, Catherine Richards. We asked Catherine three questions, and these were her answers:

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