Caterina Pierre - Visiting Associate Professor
Caterina PierreVisiting Associate Professor
History of Art and Design
East Hall 2
Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2005
Dr. Caterina Y. Pierre is a specialist in nineteenth-and early twentieth-century art, with a focus on European and American sculpture, the social impact of art, and women sculptors. She has written and published numerous articles on sculpture of the Second Empire and the Third Republic in France, specifically on the work of Gustave Courbet, Jules Dalou and Marcello. She also writes about American art, especially in the area of sculpture production by women artists. Her first book, entitled “Genius Has No Sex: The Sculpture of Marcello (1836-1879),” was published in 2010 by Éditions de Penthes/Infolio, in Geneva, Switzerland. She teaches courses in Art History at Pratt Institute and the City University of New York at Kingsborough Community College.