Consuelo Endrigo-Williams completed a Master’s degree in art history from the DAMS (Disciplines of Art, Music, and Performance) at the Universitá di Bologna. Her recent research focuses on the representation of Black subjects in the Early Modern period while interrogating the dominant Western aesthetic. She is passionate about critical studies in art and shares her enthusiasm in every class she teaches. While in Bologna, she lectured and conducted art laboratories for the Museum of Modern Art. She was also the Coordinator of Villa Impero, an exhibition space specialized in photography and worked for Photology, the photography art gallery managing the villa. Before moving to southern California in 2008, Endrigo-Williams worked in several of New York City’s internationally renowned art galleries and museums, including The International Center for Photography (ICP) and Grassi Studio. She taught Italian for several years in San Diego and at Syracuse University from 2014-2022. A new resident in Santa Cruz County since September 2022, Professor Endrigo-Williams is enthusiastic about working with students and colleagues in the History of Art & Visual Culture Department.
Black diasporic representation in early modern through contemporary art