Nicholas Blechman Discovers the Omnipresence of History and the Determination to Create
Nicholas Blechman is the winner of the Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Rome Prize in Design and an Art Director at The New York Times in New York City.
Peter Jonathan Bell is Driven by the Physicality of Sculpture
Peter Jonathan Bell is the winner of the Robert Lehman Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize and a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Sweetly Bear Down: James Siena at the AAR
James Siena is the Mary Miss Artist in Residence at the American Academy in Rome and an Artist from New York City.
William O’Brien Jr. Pursues a Refreshed Criticality Toward Contemporary Architectural Form
William O'Brien Jr. is the Founders Rome Prize Winner in Architecture. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at MIT where he holds the Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Chair, and is the principal of an independent architectural design practice in Cambridge.
Fellow-Curated Art From Top to Bottom in Cinque Mostre
The public spaces of the McKim, Mead and White building were proudly made available to art, and to the city of Rome, on the evening of Wednesday, January 30, when a series of five (actually six) installations was presented as CINQUE MOSTRE.
Ross Altheimer Decodes the City of Rome
Ross Altheimer is the winner of the Prince Charitable Trusts Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture and a Landscape Architecture Studio Leader at Hammel Green and Abrahamson in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Jennifer Knust Deepens Her Understanding of Late Antique and Early Medieval Christians
Jennifer Knust is the ACLS/Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellow in Ancient Studies, an Assistant Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins and an Assistant Professor of Religion at Boston University.
Mari Yoko Hara Combs Through Sixteenth Century Manuscripts and Studies the History of the Built Environment
Mari Yoko Hara is the Samuel H. Kress Pre-Doctoral Rome Rrize Winner in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies and a Ph.D. candidate in the McIntire Department of Art at the University of Virginia.
Carl D’Alvia Looks to the Grotesque and Metamorphic When Sculpting in a Contemporary Context
Carl D’Alvia is the Henry W. and Marian T. Mitchell Rome Prize Winner in Visual Arts and an Artist from West Cornwall, Connecticut.
Anthony Cheung Examines Timbral Commonalities and Auto Tunes a Piano in the Cryptoporticus
Anthony Cheung is the Luciano Berio Rome Prize Winner in Musical Composition and an Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago.