Filip Noterdaeme

Filip Noterdaeme

Adjunct Instructor

Filip Noterdaeme, MA, has taught and lectured on art at colleges, universities, and museums for two decades. He is a gallery lecturer at the Guggenheim Museum and Assistant Professor of Art History at the Eugene Lang College at the New School for Liberal Arts and the John Jay School of Criminal Justice at CUNY. He is the author of The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart (Outpost19, 2013) and a forthcoming book of poems, Growl and Other Poems. Noterdaeme writes a blog on contemporary art for The Huffington Post. At NYUSPS he teaches courses on Western Art including How to be Modern at the Met; Gertrude and Pablo: Two Pioneers of Modernism; and Vermeer: The Beauty and Mystery of the Light Within.

Currently Teaching

The Spiritual in Modern and Contemporary Art

Explore the spiritual roots and dimensions of modern and contemporary art

Painting Sound: The Intersection of Art and Music

Explore the relationship between fine art and music from the Romantic era to modern times.

How to Be Modern: From Paris to New York and Beyond

Examine modernism’s myriad styles and forms, as well as its diverse, shifting attitudes toward society and the mainstream.

The New York Art Scene

Explore New York City’s museums and galleries virtually to gain insight into the meaning of and inspiration for today’s art.

The Female Gaze: The Story of Women in Art

Explore the stories and art of famous women artists.