Associate Research Curator in European Art
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Ph.D., Courtauld Institute of Art
M.A., Courtauld Institute of Art
M.A., Tufts University
B.A., College of William and Mary
Danielle Carrabino curates permanent collections installations and assists with the display of early modern European art. She served as the in-house curator of the exhibition Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print (2016). A specialist in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, she has taught extensively at the undergraduate and graduate levels at various institutions in the United States and abroad. She actively participates in academic conferences and serves on the College Art Association jury for the Alfred J. Barr Jr. Award. Carrabino has published numerous articles and book reviews and is working on a book about Caravaggio and Sicily. Her current publication project at Harvard is focused on the museums’ Calderwood Courtyard.
“Oratories of the Compagnie of Palermo: Sacred Spaces of Rivalry.” In Space, Place, and Motion: Locating Confraternities in the Late Medieval and Early Modern City, ed. Diana Bullen Presciutti, 344–71. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2017.
Review of Faith, Gender and the Senses in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art: Interpreting the Noli me tangere and Doubting Thomas, by Erin E. Benay and Lisa. M. Rafanelli. CAA.reviews, October 20, 2016.
“St. Peter the Apostle,” “St. Peter,” and “The Dead Christ between the Virgin and Saint John the Evangelist.” In Ornament and Illusion: Carlo Crivelli of Venice, ed. Stephen J. Campbell, 176–77 and 180–82. Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 2015.
Review of Caravaggio: Reflections and Refractions, by ed. Lorenzo Pericolo and David M. Stone. Italian Studies 70 (1) (2015): 154–56.