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Michaël Jacques Amy

educator , art historian , art critic

Michaël Jacques Amy, Belgian art historian, educator, art critic. Recipient fellow Belgian American Educational Foundation, 1987-1988, award Institute Fine Arts fellow, 1988-1989, 90-94, Bernard Berenson fellow, 1993-1994, Samuel H. Kress Foundation fellow, 1994-1995; CIAS grantee, 2002. Member International Association Art Critics, Renaissance Society of America, College Art Association, Italian Art Society.

Background

Amy, Michaël Jacques was born on September 26, 1964 in Antwerp, Belgium. Son of Jean-Jacques Amy and Marie-Claire Nuyens.

Education

Bachelor, Vrije University, Brussels, 1986. Master of Arts, New York University, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1997.

Career

Assistant to curator Museum Contemporary Art, Ghent, Belgium, 1986-1987. Research assistant Coe Kerr Gallery, New York City, 1988-1991. Visiting specialist Montclair (New Jersey) State University, 1996—1997.

Adjunct assistant professor City University of New York, 1997-1999, Manhattanville College, Purchase, New York, 1997, New York University, 1997-1999, The Cooper Union, 1999. Visiting assistant professor Oberlin (Ohio) College, 1999-2000. Assistant professor Rochester (New York ) Institute of Technology, since 2000.

Secretary Mnemosyne, Antwerp, Belgium, since 1995. Lecturer in field.; art critic Art et Culture, Brussels, 1997-1999, Art in American, New York City, since 1997, Sculpture, Washington, since 2001, Tema Celeste, Milan, since 2002.

Works

  • Contributor Santa Maria del Fiore: The Cathedral and its Sculpture, 2001.

Membership

Member International Association Art Critics, Renaissance Society of America, College Art Association, Italian Art Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literature, music, politics, philosophy.