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Katy Siegel

Katy Siegel is professor of art history at Hunter College, CUNY. Her most recent books are Since ’45 (Reaktion, 2011) and Abstract Expressionism (Phaidon, 2011); upcoming curatorial projects include Light Years: Jack Whitten, 1971-1973 and The Matter That Surrounds Us: Wols and Charline von Heyl (Rose Art Museum).

In Conversation

Richard Shiff with Katy Siegel

Richard Shiff is the Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art History at the University of Texas-Austin, and the author of Doubt (Routledge, 2008). Katy Siegel, who earned her Ph.D. with Shiff, is an associate professor of art history at Hunter College, and a contributing editor at Artforum.

LANE RELYEA with Katy Siegel

Upon the release of his latest book, Your Everyday Art World, Lane Relyea met with Katy Siegel to discuss the historical and future implications of DIY, contemporary post-studio practices, and the the rising art world institution.

The Photography of Robert Bergman

Robert Bergman is a photographer who extends out of the tradition of Walt Whitman and William Carlos Williams, poets who possessed a bottomless empathy for their subjects. And, like a poet, his work can be found in a book, rather than in a gallery.

Worlds With Us

It’s over: the contemporary was a brief period, a moment in the short American century when historical amnesia combined with postwar prosperity to flash like a strobe light on the entire world.

On Susan Sontag (1933-2004)

In 1976 I arrived at Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, New York, to study “photography as language” with Nathan Lyons. At that time, VSW was arguably the best school of photographic studies in the country—intellectually rigorous, competitive, and austere.


The Brooklyn Rail

MAY 2023

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