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Edward J Sullivan

Helen Gould Sheppard Professor; Professor of Art History

Ph.D. 1979 (Fine Arts), M.A. 1975 (Fine Arts), M.A. 1972 (Spanish and Portuguese), B.A. 1971 (Fine Arts and Spanish and Portuguese), New York University.

Areas of Research/Interest: 

Art of Latin America, 19th, 20th century art of the Iberian Peninsula, 17th/20th century, Caribbean art.

External Affiliations:

Advisory committee, El Museo del Barrio; Exhibition Committee, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey (Mexico) MARCO; Honorary Committee, Fundacion Ludwig de Cuba; Contributing Editor, Art Nexus; Board, Mexican Cultural Institute of New York; Honorary Associate, Hispanic Society of America; Committee for Libraries and Archives, MoMA; Multicultural Advisory Committee, Metropolitan Museum of Art.


Guggenheim Fellow (2003); Samuel H. Kress Foundation; American Council of Learned Societies; American Philosophical Society; Program for Cultural Cooperation Between the Ministry of Culture of Spain and North American Universities; American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies; Victoria Ocampo Award, Escuela de Administracion Cultural, Buenos Aires, 1997.


Baroque Painting in Madrid. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. 1986.
Julio Larraz. New York: Hudson Hills Press. 1989.
Women in Mexico, co-authored. New York: National Academy of Design.
Catalogue of the Collection. The Taft Museum, Cincinnati. New York: Hudson Hills Press. 1995.
Latin American Art of the Twentieth Century, ed. London: Phaidon Press. 1996.
Modern and Contemporary Art of the Dominican Republic , co-authored. New York: Americas Society and The Spanish Institute. 1997
Brazil: Body and Soul (ed.) New York, Guggenheim Museum and Harry N. Abrams. 2001.
Tomas Sanchez (with Gabriel Garcia Marquez), Milan, Skira, 2003.
The Language of Objects in the Art of the Americas, Yale, 2007
Continental Shifts: The Art of Edouard Duval Carrie, Arte al Dia Press, 2007

Updated on 12/03/2015