[Businessweek] - Another worthwhile show is “Toxic Beauty: The Art of Frank Moore,” at New York University's Grey Art Gallery and Fales Library, where the activist/artist who died of AIDS in is being honored with his first retrospective. Moore made entertaining
Sir Frank Moore Chancellor, Sir Frank Moore has been instrumental in advancing the Australian tourism industry, particularly sustainable tourism. He has been a key driving force behind major strategic changes that have ...
(1865–1955) was an American Latin scholar, brother of Edward Caldwell and George Foot Moore. He was born at West Chester, Pa., and educated at Yale (A.B., 1886; Ph.D., 1890), and at Berlin (1890–91). He was a Latin tutor at Yale in , assistant professor of Latin (1893–1900) and associate professor of Latin and Roman archaeology (1900–08) at Dartmouth College, and professor of Latin at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. ( ). In the latter year he became professor of classical philology at Columbia University. He edited the Transactions and the Proceedings of the American Philological Association, of which he became secretary in and president in He edited also Cicero's Cato Major (1904) and Tacitus' Historics (1910).
[GalleristNY] - Roberta Smith writes that the retrospective of painter Frank Moore, who died of AIDS at the age of 48 in 2002, at the Grey Art Gallery and the Fales Library & Special Collections at New York University “sheds much light on his life and time and also