It’s a rare happening on the Yale campus the Yale University Art Gallery is opening two new exhibits at the same time. One takes you back thousands of years, the other was put together by students who graduated just last week.
One floor of the Yale University Art Gallery can transport you to 16th century France. with a look at what happened when the King of France brought artists from the Italian Renaissance to his castle Fontainebleau to kick of the French renaissance.
“The people in charge of the floorplan of the Yale University Art Gallery is supposed to imitate what the gallery of Francis the first would have looked like,” said Cordélia de Brosses. She is one of three curators of the exhibit. All three are women who just graduated from Yale on Monday.