Stephan Wolohojian is Curator of European Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum. He was previously Landon and Lavinia Clay Curator, and Head of the Department of Paintings, Sculpture and Decorative Arts, at Harvard Art Museum/ Fogg Museum. He received his Ph. D. in Fine Arts from Harvard University and then assumed a teaching position at the University of Delaware, where he taught courses on Renaissance art as well as on theory. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and prizes, including a Rome Prize Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome, and was recently a visiting Fellow at I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Renaissance Studies. He has a published and lectured on a wide range of topics and curated numerous exhibitions at the Fogg. He was organizing curator of “A Private Passion: 19th- Century Paintings and Drawings from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection,” the catalogue for which was awarded the AAMC Book prize, among other awards, and was co-curator of “Degas at Harvard,” which was the most visited exhibition in the history of the Fogg Museum.
Emerging Leaders in the U.S. Museum Community Selected as 2010 Fellows Twelve outstanding curators from art institutions across the United States have been selected to participate in the 2010 fellowship program of the Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL), a non-profit organization that trains curators for leadership positions. Selected by a panel of leading ... Read More >