Fernando Loffredo

teaches Hispanic and Colonial Visual Culture at SUNY Stony Brook. His primary research interests are trans-Mediterranean artistic relations, sculpture and the urban space, and the dialogues between art and poetry in the early modern world, with a particular focus on the Spanish Empire. Besides his academic activity, he has collaborated with different museums such as the Met, the Louvre, and the North Carolina Museum of Art. Before coming to SUNY Stony Brook, he was the Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow at CASVA (National Gallery of Art, Washington DC), and an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Boulder.