No. 409: Andrea del Verrocchio, Stephanie Syjuco

Episode No. 409 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Andrew Butterfield and artist Stephanie Syjuco.

Butterfield is the curator of “Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence,” the first monographic exhibition in the United States to examine Verrocchio, one of the most influential teachers and artists of the early Renaissance. The exhibition opens at the National Gallery of Art on September 15 and continues through January 12, 2020. It includes roughly 50 works by Verrocchio and his students and collaborators, including Leonardo da Vinci, Domenico Ghirlandaio, and Pietro Perugino. The fantastic exhibition catalogue was published by the NGA and Princeton University Press. Amazon offers it for $60.

On the second segment, Stephanie Syjuco discusses her work on the occasion of “Stephanie Syjuco: Rogue States,” which opens at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis on September 6. The exhibition, which is on view through December 29, was curated by Wassan Al-Khudhairi with Misa Jeffereis. Syjuco is also included in “Less is a Bore: Maximalist Art & Design” at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston through September 22. It was curated by Jenelle Porter with Jeffrey De Blois.

The art21 segment on Syjuco referenced on the program is here.

Air date: September 5, 2019.

Cast of Andrea del Verrocchio, Christ and St. Thomas, 1467-83 installed in the original location at the Orsanmichele in Florence.

Andrea del Verrocchio, David with the Head of Goliath, c. 1465.

Donatello, David, 1440s.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Putto with a Dolphin, ca. 1465-1480.

Donatello, Equestrian statue of Gattamelata, 1453.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Equestrian Monument to Bartolomeo Colleoni, ca 1480-96.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Lady with Flowers, ca. 1475-80.

Leonardo da Vinci, Ginevra de’ Benci [obverse], ca. 1474-1478.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Bust of a Young Woman, ca. 1470.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Madonna and Child, ca. 1465-70.

Andrea del Verrocchio and Lorenzo di Credi, Madonna di Piazza, ca. 1475-85.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Leonardo da Vinci, and workshop, Baptism of Christ, ca. 1468-75.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Head of a Woman with Braided Hair (recto), ca. 1475-78.

Andrea del Verrocchio, Cartoon for the Head of an Angel, ca. 1470.

Attributed to Andrea del Verrocchio, Child in Bust Length, Three-Quarter View, ca. 1470-75.

Andrea Del Verrocchio and assistants, Sheet of a Sketchbook with Saint Donatus and Various Heads, ca. 1475-80.

Andrea del Verrocchio, The Entombment (pre-WWII photograph), ca. 1475-80.

Stephanie Syjuco, I AM AN…, 2017.

Dorothea Lange, Following evacuation orders, this store, at 13th and Franklin Streets, was closed. The owner, a University of California graduate…, 1942.

Stephanie Syjuco, The Visible Invisible[s], 2018 in front of Total Transparency Filter, 2017.

Stephanie Syjuco, Cargo Cults: Head Bundle, 2016.

Stephanie Syjuco, Rogue States, 2018.

Stephanie Syjuco, Total Transparency Filter (Portrait of N), 2017.

Stephanie Syjuco, Neutral Orchids (Phalaenopsis, small), 2016.

Stephanie Syjuco, Spectral City (still), 2018.

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