Bio

Assistant Professor, Art History, Theory and Criticism (2011). BA, magna cum laude, 2001, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; MA, 2006, PhD, 2011, Princeton University, NJ. Publications: Picasso, Braque, and the Uses of the Print, 1910-1912, Picasso and Braque: The Cubist Experiment, 1910-12; 'Radically Uncolorful Painting': Walter Benjamin and the Problem of Cubism, Grey Room; A Refuge for Script: Paul Klee's Square Pictures, Bauhaus Construct: Fashioning Identity, Discourse, and Modernism; A Speculative Tapestry: Gunta Stölzl's Slit-Tapestry Red-Green, Modell Bauhaus. Awards: Residential Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton; Jane Faggen Dissertation Prize, Princeton; Dedalus Foundation Dissertation Fellowship; Fulbright-IIE Research Grant; Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies; German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Fellowship.


Publications

Current major project:

The Visible and the Legible: Paul Klee, 1916-1923 (under contract, University of Chicago Press)

Selected published and forthcoming essays:

"An 'End of the Inalienable Concept of Artistic Publicness'?: Wilhelm Hausenstein on Paul Klee." In Paul Klee: Making Visible exhibition catalogue, ed. Matthew Gale, Tate Modern (London: Tate Publishing, forthcoming 2013).

"Picasso, Braque, and the Uses of the Print, 1910-1912." In Picasso and Braque: The Cubist Experiment, 1910-12 exhibition catalogue, ed. Eik Kahng, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011).

"'Radically Uncolorful Painting': Walter Benjamin and the Problem of Cubism." In Grey Room 39 (Spring 2010), special issue on Walter Benjamin's Media Tactics: Optics, Perception, and the Work of Art, ed. Michael W. Jennings and Tobias Wilke.

"A Refuge for Script: Paul Klee's Square Pictures." In Bauhaus Construct: Fashioning Identity, Discourse, and Modernism, ed. Robin Schuldenfrei and Jeffrey Saletnik (London and New York: Routledge, 2009).

"A Speculative Tapestry: Gunta Stölzl's Slit-Tapestry Red-Green." In Modell Bauhaus exhibition catalogue, Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, and the Bauhaus-Museum der Klassik Stiftung Weimar (2009).

"Objects Transformed." Co-authored with Vanessa Rocco. In Modernist Photography: Selections from the Daniel Cowin Collection, ed. Christopher Phillips and Vanessa Rocco (New York: International Center of Photography/Steidl, 2005).

 

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