Professor Andrew Uroskie discusses experimental filmmaker Robert Breer at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
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Doctoral student Sandrine Canac has spent the last year as a Critical Studies Fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program (ISP), and will be presenting her dissertation research on Robert Barry’s conceptual art of the 1960s and 70s this Friday for their annual Critical Studies Symposium. Her panel is being moderated by Benjamin Buchloh of Harvard, and Robert Barry himself will be in attendance.
Admission is free, simply register at the Guest Services Desk.
The Program: http://bit.ly/1IAKDGk
PhD Student Paul Rubery reviews the New Museum Triennial for Media-N, the Journal of the New Media Caucus of the College Art Association.
FiOS 1 / Push Pause Interview by video Journalist Greg Blank
Stony Brook University Studio Art MFA candidate Nicole Hixon featured on Verizon’s Fios1 PushPause Series.
Way to go, Nicole!
An 8 page article in the November issue of Art in America about Howardena Pindell’s work.
“THE HOLE TRUTH” by Raphael Rubinstein
(image credit: Howardena Pindell, Untitled #4 (detail), 1973, mixed mediums on paper mounted on board, 10 by 8 inches; courtesy Garth Greenan Gallery, New York.)
Andrew V. Uroskie, Associate Professor and Director of the MA/PhD in Art History, Criticism and Theory, at the book release party for “Between the Black Box and the White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art” (University of Chicago Press, 2014) at the College Art Association Annual Conference in Chicago. Art Libraries Review
Review of “Between the Black Box and the White Cube” for the College Art Association’s “Critical Reviews”: http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/2407