Howard Singerman Leads A RESERVE ARMY OF INTELLECTUALS Lecture at Hunter College Today
Hunter College Art Gallery hosts an evening lecture and reception with Howard Singerman, newly appointed Phyllis and Joseph Caroff Chair of Art and Art History at Hunter College. "A Reserve Army of Intellectuals" is set for today, October 9.
Howard Singerman is author of Art Subjects: Making Artists in the American University (1999) and Art History, after Sherrie Levine (2012). He has contributed essays to numerous exhibition catalogues, among them A Forest of Signs and Public Offerings, both at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, where he was Museum Editor from 1985 to 1988. His essays have appeared in a number of journals including Artforum, October, Oxford Art Journal, and Parkett.
Before joining Hunter College as the Phyllis and Joseph Caroff Chair of the Department of Art and Art History, he was chair and professor of art history in the McIntire Department of Art at the University of VirginiA. Singerman has also taught at Barnard College, the Art Center College of Design, the California Institute of the Arts, UCLA, and UC Irvine.
"A Reserve Army of Intellectuals"
Wednesday October 9, 2013
7pm, reception to follow
Hunter College MFA Campus
205 Hudson Street (at Canal Street)
For more information, contact Hunter College Art Galleries at 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065 or call 212-772-4991.
Artwork: Poster by Dennis Balk (Designed for the 1985 exhibition "Proof and Perjury," at the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art)
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