Please join us to hear CSCA visiting scholar Aleksander Musial speak on ‘Bathing in prints: Charles Cameron’s Ancient Thermae series and antiquarianism as commodity, c. 1770’
This seminar will be offered in person and online on zoom.
Aleksander Musiał is a Princeton University-affiliated CSCA visiting scholar specialising in early modern art and architecture. A graduate in Classics from the University of Cambridge and in Art History from the University of Warsaw, he pursued internships at the curatorial departments of the Princeton University Art Museum, the Frick Collection and the Morgan Library. His doctoral thesis, entitled ‘Immersion: classical reception and Eastern-European transformations of hygiene architecture, ca. 1610-1830’, has been supported with fellowships and visiting positions at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington (DC), the British School at Rome, and Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte. Musiał’s articles were published in the Princeton University Art Museum Record, and the Oxford Art Journal, for which he was awarded wtih Emerging Scholars Publication Prize by the College Art Association’s Society of Historians of German, Scandinavian and Central European Art.