Haohao Lu teaches courses on Northern Renaissance and Baroque art. Her current research focuses on interpretive ambiguity and spectatorial experience of early sixteenth-century Netherlandish art. Her broader research interests include eroticism, visual wit, and the culture of play in the early modern Netherlands. She received her PhD from Indiana University - Bloomington, MPhil from Leiden University, and BA from Beijing Normal University. She has published on Jan Gossaert's mythological paintings. Her current book project, titled “Open Secret: Interpretive Ambiguity and Spectatorial Experience in the Habsburg-Burgundian Netherlands,” examines the social value of provocative ambiguity in the early sixteenth-century Low Countries. Her research has received support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Allen Whitehill Clowes Foundation, and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
Departments and Programs
ART 105 Introduction to the History of Art and Architecture
ART 331 Seminar in Northern European Art