James Glisson, PhD, is the Bradford and Christine Mishler Associate Curator of American Art at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. An art historian by training, he has written on crime in 19th-century city parks, Walt Whitman, crowds, the Gowanus Canal, and introspective psychology. His exhibitions have been covered by the Los Angeles Times, El País, Atlantic’s CityLab, Wallpaper, and Hyperallergic. With Alan Phenix, he is the curator of Frederick Hammersley: To Paint without Thinking at The Huntington.
Frederick Hammersley at the Huntington
Stefanie Sobelle talks with curator James Glisson about his new exhibition at the Huntington, "Frederick Hammersley: To Paint without Thinking."...