Associate Professor, Interim Director Contemporary Practices (2002). BFA and Art Education Certification, 1990, The University of Colorado, Boulder; MFA, 1995, California College of Arts, Oakland, CA. Exhibitions: Larissa Goldston Gallery, NY; Paul Kotula Projects, Detroit; Air de Paris; Edward Mitterrand Gallery, Geneva; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Western Exhibitions, Chicago; FLAG Art Foundation, NY; White Columns, NY. Publications: To Hell With Journals. Bibliography: Artforum, The New Yorker, Art in America, The New York Times. Awards: Yaddo Foundation, Roger Brown Residency.
Amy Vogel is Associate Professor and Interim Director of the Department of Contemporary Practices. She joined what was then called the First Year Program in 2008. Amy played a key role evolving the First Year Program into the Department of Contemporary Practices, and was Co-Chair of the Department between 2008–2012.
As an artist, Vogel has had solo exhibitions at Larissa Goldston (NY), Paul Kotula (Detroit), Edward Mitterrand (Geneva), and Air de Paris (Paris). In 2014 she had a survey of 15 years' work, entitled Amy Vogel: A Paraperspective, at the Cleve Carney Gallery at the College of DuPage. She has participated in group shows at Western Exhibitions (Chicago), White Columns (NY), The Suburban (Oak Park), FRAC Haute-Normandie (Sotteville-lès-Roue), Francesca Pia (Zürich), and other venues. Vogel has collaborated with Joseph Grigely on many projects, including shows at the Orange County Museum of Art; the MCA, Chicago; The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; the Berlin Biennial; the Yokohama Triennial; Mathildenhöfe, Darmstadt; the French Academy in Rome, and other international venues. She has had reviews in national and international periodicals, including the Chicago Tribune, the New York Times, and Artforum.
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