CURICULUM VITAE:

 

MARCELINO STUHMER

928 E. Moyamensing Avenue #24

Philadelphia, PA 19147

Tel: 773.954.9401

mstuhmer@uarts.edu

www.marcelinostuhmer.com

 

EDUCATION

2001-2

Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL, 2-year Research Fellowship

Advisors included: Denis Adams, Stan Douglas, Charles Esches, Bernard Frize, Joan Jonas, Luc Tuymans, Matt Mullican, Gerardo Mosquera, Aernout Mik, Nalini Malani

 

2000   

M.F.A.  School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

 

1997         

B.F.A. Painting and Drawing, University of Utah, College of Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah

B.A. English Literature, University of Utah, College of Humanities, Salt Lake City, Utah

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2017   

A Life to Those Shadows, SUNY - Binghamton, Elsie B Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery

Marcelino Stuhmer: Selected Work from Little Triggers: 2003-2017

University of the Arts, President’s Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

 

2016

Distant Shadows, Painting Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2009

Get Ready to Shoot Yourself, Jade Art Gallery, Bergamo, IT, Curator Sara Mazzocchi, Cinema Curator, GAMeC, Bergamo, IT

 

2008         

The Recurring Dream, Chicago Cultural Center, Michigan Street Galleries, Chicago, IL

 

2007          

I’ll Be Your Mirror, Harold Washington College, President's Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

 

2003        

The Transmission of Conflict, Galerie Kusseneers, Antwerp, Belgium

Little Triggers Galerie Fons Welters: Playstation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

2002        

I’ll be seeing you, Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria

Peripheral Narratives, Optica: Center for Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada

 

SELECTED PERFORMANCES

 

2017   

A Life to Those Shadows - Storytelling, SUNY - Binghamton, Elsie B Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery

 

2016

A Life to Those Shadows- Storytelling, University of the Arts, Painting Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

 

2013

University of the Arts, Graduate Seminar

* The Choreographed Accident

 

2011

Mash-Up, The Sonnenschein Gallery, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois

* The Choreographed Accident

 

2009

Bergamo Film Meeting 2009, Bergamo, Italy, Two-Part Performance:

* "I never fall apart, because I never fall together" (Andy Warhol, 1975) ­

* "In the end it's all about time" 

 

Jeune Creation International 2009, Le 104 Center for Contemporary Art, Paris, France.

* The Choreographed Accident: a Temporal Memorial for Paul Avery.

 

 

ARTIST BOOK

 

2016

Marcelino Stuhmer, Get Ready to Shoot Yourself

Special Collections, Whitney Museum

 

2002

“I’ll Be Seeing You: A Cinema Novel,” artist's book in edition of 500, Published in conjunction with The Essl Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria, and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2017

Art Unleashed, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2016

Painting Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 817, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

University of the Arts CAMD Faculty Exhibition, Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA

Escort, Gallery One, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2014

Suspended, Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 817, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2013   

Visual AIDS Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York City, NY

Painting Faculty Show, Small Works, Painting Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Cinema 4, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio

Art Unleashed, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

20/92 Video Screening, Icebox Project Space, Crane Arts, Curated by Tim Belknap & Ryan McCartney, Philadelphia, PA

Memory: International Mail Art, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

 

2012

Es Lebe Die Malerei, Junge Kunst aus der Summlaung Essl, (Painting Lives, Young Art from the Essl Collection) Curated by Prof. Agnes Essl, Gunther Oberhollnzer, Essl Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria: Work by:

VOX VIII, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Curated by Ruba Katrib, Curator, Sculpture Center, NYC

Cinema 3, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

2011

Art Miami, Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Miami, Florida

Cinematic Bodies, Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Mash-up, The Sonnenschein Gallery, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois

 

 

2010        

Arte Laguna International Art Prize 2010, Venice Arsenalle, Italy (I was named Best International Artist)

Wisconsin Triennial 2010, Curated by Jane Simon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

New American Paintings, Juror, Lisa Dorin, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Art Institute of Chicago

 

2009         

Jeune Creation International 2009, Le 104: A Center of Contemporary Art, Paris France

Sum Total 2009, Inova Art Center, UW-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Out of the Suitcase, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Studio Visit Publication: Juror: Steven Zevitas

 

2008  

Event Horizon Exhibition, Curated by Jennifer Schmidt, Exhibition

School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Project Space Gallery, Boston

Event Horizon Exhibition, Curated by Jennifer Schmidt, Public Project

Davis & Union Squares, Sommerville, MA

 

2007         

Bilingual: Art at the Intersection of Painting and Video. Curated by Tracy M. Taylor, Columbia College, Glass Curtain Gallery, Chicago, USA. Work by 22 artists including: Jeremy Blake, Jay Heikes, William Kentridge, Joshua Mosley, David Reed, Peter Rostovsky, Jason Salavon,

SumTotal, Inova Art Center, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, USA

 

2006   

Inside/Out, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, USA

Stiff, Curated by Ann Toebbe. Gallery 40,000, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Work by: Burt Barr, Holly Coulis, Ridley Howard, Kurt Kauper

Spectacles of the Real, Opensource Art, Champaign, Illinois, USA

 

2005         

Gallery Artists Group Show, Galerie Kusseneers, Antwerp, Belgium

Ghent Art Fair, Belgium, Galerie Kusseneers (from Antwerp, Belgium

 

2004        

Art Cologne, Germany, Galerie Kusseneers (from Antwerp, Belgium

Re-Source, Art in General, New York City, NY,

Art Brussels, Galerie Kusseneers (from Antwerp, Belgium)

 

2003         

The Last Bus to Rijkerswoord, Hooghuis Contemporary Art Center, Arnhem, NL

The Last Seduction, Artis Center for Contemporary Art, Den Bosch, NL curator X. Karskens

 

2002          

Open Ateliers, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

The Royal Prize for Contemporary Painting, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, NL.  Juror: Luc Tuymans, Rob Birza, Suzan Drummen, Anke van der Laan, Hermann Pitz, Berend Strik, Pietje Tegenbosch (chair).

 

2001

Open Ateliers, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

The Royal Prize for Contemporary Painting, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, NL. Jury: Marja Bloem (chair), Anke van der Laan, Charlotte Schleiffert, Berend Strik, Pietje Tegenbosch and Luc Tuymans.

 

 

CURATORIAL PRACTICES

**Co-curated with Michael Ciervo and the Rosenwald Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

*  Co-curated with Charles Browning, Visiting Assistant Professor, UArts

 

2017

*Arden Bendler Browning, Exhibition of Paintings, Painting Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2016

*Tim McFarlane, Transmissions, Exhibition of Paintings, Painting Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2013

Wendy White, Multi-media Painting Installation, Broad Street Window, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts **          

March 12 – March 31, 2013

 

Joshua Mosely, Natura Vowels, Video/Audio installation, Broad Street Window Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, shown concurrently with his Natura Vowels exhibition at The Fabric Workshop**

April 1 – April 21, 2013

 

Kanishka Raja, Painting Installation, Broad Street Window, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts **  

April 22 – May 9, 2013

 

Ridley Howard, Broad Street Window, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, U/Arts **

November 1 – November 26. 2013

 

Richard Harrod, East Philadelphia, Site-Specific Installation, Broad Street Window, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

December 6 – 27, 2013

 

Victoria Fu, Film Installation, Gallery 817 (in conjunction with Marginal Utility Gallery)   

April 5 – April 19, 2013

 

The Art of Displacement: 1926 Exhibition Space, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

March 1 – March 31, 2000

 

 

SELECTED AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

2016

Awarded Funds to travel to Romania for Research

Research Trip to Romania: to do extensive research on the Romanian Painter Corneliu Baba (1906-1992). I have written the first catalogue essay on the important Romanian painter in 16 years. I saw his work in 8 art museums across Romania. The catalogue will accompany the permanent installation of Baba’s large triptych painting, Peasant Revolt, at the National Museum of Bulgaria, in Sofia. The essay, “Entering the Mad Worlds of the Late Works”, looks closely at Baba’s work in a contemporary context, where globalization has led to the discovery of formerly unknown and art histories. Baba is certainly a major influence on Contemporary Romanian Realist, Figurative, and History painting, which have been in the international spotlight for 10 years.

 

Timisoara Museum, Director Victor Neumann: discussions about the potential of exposing the work of Romanian artists Corneliu Baba and Stephan Bertalan in American Museums.

 

2015

Research Trip to see the reconstruction of Kurt Schwitters’ Hannover Merzbau, Sprengel Museum, Hannover, G

One Semester Sabbatical - Creative Leave, Fall 2015, University of The Arts, Philadelphia

University of the Arts Faculty Grant

 

 

 

2010

Research Committee Fellowship, Graduate School, UW-Milwaukee, Dissecting Identity: Recreating a 17th Century Anatomy Theater to Function as an Alternative Performance and Exhibition Space,” University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

New American Painting, work selected for publication, Juror: Lisa Dorin, Curator, Art Institute of Chicago

Finalist: Arte Laguna International Art Prize 2010, Venice Arsenalle, Venice, Italy

Best International Artist Award, Sculpture/Installation Category: Arte Laguna International Art Prize 2010: The Future of Contemporary Art, Venice Arsenalle, Venice, Italy

 

Shortlisted-Installation & Honorable Mention-Sculpture, London International Creative Competition

Shortlisted for Award, International Celeste Prize for Contemporary Art, Siena, Italy

Center for International Education Travel Grant

Faculty Development Award

Arts and Humanities Travel Award

Mary L. Nohl Suitcase Fund Award for International Exhibitions

 

2008         

Faculty Development Award, Peck School of the Arts, UW-Milwaukee

Dean's Faculty Award for Research, UW-Milwaukee

Faculty Arts and Humanities Travel Award, Graduate School, UW-Milwaukee

 

2007         

Faculty Development Award, Peck School of the Arts, UW-Milwaukee

Finalist, Creative Capital Foundation Award, NY, USA

CAAP Project Grant, Community Arts Assistance Program, Chicago, IL

 

2006         

Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant : Tuitions and Expenses for Atlantic Center Residency, NY

 

2003         

One-Year Artists Grant, Fonds Voor Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

 

2002         

Publication and Exhibition Grant, Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam, NL

Publication Grant, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

International Exhibition Travel Grant, Royal Netherlands Embassy, Vienna, AU

International Exhibition Travel Grant, Royal Netherlands Embassy, Ottawa, CA 

Two-Year Research Fellowship, Rijksakademie, Ministry of Culture and Science, NL

 

2001        

First Prize, The Royal Prize for Painting, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, NL

Two-Year Research Fellowship, Rijksakademie, Ministry of Culture and Science, NL

 

2000        

Skowhegan Fellowship/Full Tuition Scholarship

Matching Skowhegan Fellowship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Presidential Award, Nippon U.S.A./ The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

 

SELECTED CRITICAL WRITING: CATALOUGE ESSAYS, REVIEWS

 

2017   

“Corneliu Baba: Entering the Mad World of the Late Works”, Catalogue Essay, Paintings by Corneliu Baba in The Michael Unterguttenberger Collection, Bucharest, Romania

 

2016   

Above Us only Sky” Essay on Dutch Video Artist: Arthur Kleinjan

Statement about my experience as an Emerging Artist exhibition at the Essl Museum, Vienna

 

2013  

“50cc of Paris Air”, Dancing Around the Bride: Cage, Cunningham, Johns, Rauschenberg, and   

 Duchamp, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Title-Magazine.com

“Distant Landscapes,” Claire Ashley, Icebox Project Space, Title-Magazine.com

 

2012   

“One Big Love by Leslie Wayne”, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Title Magazine.com

 

2011  

“John Stezaker: The Nude and Landscape”, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, exhibition review, Title- Magazine.com

 

2003  

“Arthur Kleinjan – Recent Work,” catalog essay, Essl Museum,Vienna, AU.                                                                                                  

 

2002    

“Communicating Spaces,” essay on Lisa Hecht, Le Cahier de Galerie B-312, coffret no. 7  Montreal, CA

 

2001   

“Make art, be merry: Skowhegan Residency”, New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, May.

 

2000    

"Post Hypnotic" exhibition review, New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, July.

 “ Guillermo Kuitca,” exhibition review, New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, February.

 “ Locating Codes of Displacement,” curatorial essay, Art of Displacement catalog, Chicago

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

2013

Barbara Quaia, Interview with Director of Arte Laguna Prize, Venice, Italy, to be published in all major Italian newspapers

 

2012

Roberto Savino, Interview with Italian Curator for Arte da Ardere Blog, www.artdaardere.blogspot.com

Katherine Rochester, Philadelphia Weekly: “VOX VIII at Vox Populi”, July 17, 2012

Libby Rosof & Roberta Fallon, The Art Blog: http://www.theartblog.org, “VOX VIII at Vox Populi, The Material Unreal”, July 22, 2012                                                           

 

2011

Paul Klein, “What If a Curator's Agenda Doesn't Match the Artist's? Cinematic Bodies,” The Huffington Post

Time Out Chicago, “Wednesday’s Best Bets: Cinematic Bodies, Zolla Leiberman Gallery”

 

2010

Lisa Dorin, Juror’s Comments, New American Painting, Volume 89.

Mary Louise Schumaker, Wisconsin Triennial at MMoCA, Milwuakee Journal Sentinal

Peggy Sue Dunnigan, “State Artists on Display in ‘Wisconsin Triennial”, ShepardExpressMilwaukee.com

Katie Vaughn “Stating the Obvious” Madison Magazine

 

2009         

Sara Mazzocchi,In Conversation: Marcelino Stuhmer’s Get Ready to Shoot Yourself and Orson Welles, The Lady From Shanhai”, Collector’s Society, Bergamo, Italy (Lecture on my Work)

Sara Mazzocci, "You need more than luck in Shanghai", Catalog Essay, Jade Art Gallery, Bergamo, Italy

Emilie Bouvard, “Marcelino Stuhmer: The Choreographed Accident” at Jeune Creation, chief editor of http://www.portraits-lagalerie.fr/

Mary Lou Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, “Well-Traveled Exhibit”, 8/23 (Exhibition review)

Andrea Frambozzi, L’eco Di Bergamo, “L’arte Contemporanea sbarca al Film Meeting- Stasera conferenza-performance dell’americano Stuhmer ispirata dal film de Orson Welles “La Signora di Shanghai” Lui sara nei panni del personnaggio interpretato dal regista un’attrice in quelli de Elsa Bannister-Rita Hayworth”, (Italian Newspaper, Bergamo, Italy: Solo Exhibition Review, images reproduced)

L’eco Di Bergamo, “Il Bergamo film meeting celebra Orson Welles”, 3/10 (Italian Newspaper, Bergamo, Italy: work reviewed, performance promoted, and images reproduced)

Ilaria Sodini, La Voce, La prima personale in Italia di Marcelino Stuhmer”

Claudio Musso, Exibart.com,“Ecco La Formula: Nuovo Spazio, “Vecchi” Artisti”

 

2008        

 James Yood,  “Marcelino Stuhmer: The Recurring Dream, Chicago Cultural Center”, ARTFORUM, May

Dan Gunn, Review, “Marcelino Stuhmer: Tip of the Week”, New City Chicago, 2/21/08

Chicago Reader, Galleries and Museums, “This Weeks Special Events: Marcelino Stuhmer, The Recurring Dream, The Chicago Cultural Center”

Tracy Taylor, The Painter’s Anxiety in the Age of New Media, International Digital Media Arts Association Conference, Savanna, Georgia, scheduled for November 2008. (My work cited in public lecture)

Tracy Taylor, The Painter’s Anxiety in the Age of New Media, My work The Recurring Dream was cited in her lecture at the Conference “21st Century and Anxiety in Art”, University of Nottingham, England (My work cited in public lecture)

Josh Elmets,Event Horizon”, Weekly Dig: Arts and Entertainment Section, April 9-16, 2008, vol. 10, published in Boston, MA, (Weekly City Newspaper: Group Exhibition Highlighted, Reproduction of Image)

Ashley Morgan, Kenilworth Open House”, “www.ArtSite.com Milwaukee, December 8

 

2007

Michelle Grabner,  "Bilingual/Bilingual: Painting and Video, Empathy and Criticality

Tracy Taylor, Curatorial Statement, Bilingual/Bilingual: Art at the Intersection of Painting and Video

Alan Artner, “’Bilingual’ eclectic, collective language of film in contemporary art” Chicago Tribune, Dec. 7       

 

2006         

Laura Weinberg, Time Out Chicago, "Stiff" at Gallery 40,000, Chicago

 

2003        

Anne-Marie Poels,  "Verbeelding in Film en in Realiteit: The Transmission of Conflict: Marcelino Stuhmer," Review, Zone 03, Antwerp, Belgium, page 64.

Stef van Bellingen, “About Fiction, Fact and History Painting” Galerie Kusseneers, Antwerp, Belgium.

Xander Karskens,  “Marcelino Stuhmer: Little Triggers Galerie Fons Welters, A’dam

Geert van de Wetering, Review, “Elke bezoeker een moordenaar,” de Volkskrant, NL

 

 2002         

 Charles Esche,  "Intimate Distance," essay for Essl Museum, Vienna.

 Sandra Smallenburg,  "Gezellige nostalgie op de Rijksakademie", NRC Handelsblad, NL

 

CATALOGUES/PUBLICATIONS

 

2016

Essl Museum Catalogue: Emerging Artists Series

 

2012

Es Lebe Die Malerei, Junge Kunst aus der Summlaung Essl, (The Love of Painting, Young Art from the Essl Collection), Essl Museum Catalogue, Curated by Prof. Agnes Essl, Gunther Oberhollnzer, Essl Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria

 

2010   

New American Paintings, Volume 89. Juror, Lisa Dorin, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, my installation Get Ready to Shoot Yourself was the first painting installation published in

NAP (this is mentioned by Lisa Dorin in Curatorial statement)

Arte Laguna International Art Prize 2009, Catalogue of Finalists, Venice, Italy

Arte Laguna International Art Prize 2009, Catalogue of Winners, Venice, Italy

SumTotal (online catalogue), INOVA ART CENTER, UW-Milwaukee

 

2009   

Jeune Creation 2009 Catalogue Marcelino Stuhmer: Get Ready to Shoot Yourself, Solo Exhibition Catalogue,

Jade Art Gallery, Bergamo, Italy, Libri Aparte Press (Bergamo)

Bergamo Film Meeting 2009 Catalogue

London International Creative Competition Catalogue

Celeste International Art Prize Catalogue

 

2007   

Bilingual/Bilingual: Art at the Intersection of Painting and Video, Catalogue

SumTotal, INOVA ART CENTER, UW-Milwaukee, Catalogue

 

2006   

Spectacles of the Real (Online Catalogue), Open Source Art, Champagne, Illinois

 

2004   

Art Cologne, art fair catalogue, Cologne, Germany

Re-Source, online catalogue and exhibition brochure, Art in General, NYC

 

2002   

Marcelino Stuhmer - Recent Works, Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Essl Museum, Vienna, Austria

 

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

 

2006    Atlantic Center for the Arts, 3-week residency, Visiting Artist: Guillermo Kuitca

2002    Cittadellarte – Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, Italy. 1-week guest artist

2001-2 Rijksakademie van beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, 2-Year Research Fellowship

2000    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine

 

 

VISITING ARTIST/LECTURES

 

2017

Artist Talk, Binghamton University, State Univerity of New York

 

2011   

Visiting Artist and Critic for MFA Program (Invited by Dona Nelson), Tyler School of Art,

Temple University, Philadelphia

Visiting Artist Lecture and Juror of Student Exhibition, DePaul University, Chicago

Finalist Candidate Lecture, University of the Arts, Philadelphia

 

2010   

Visiting Artist Lecture, “How Painting Survived the Accident” Upgrade Joburg: Digital Arts

Remote, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

 

2009   

Bergamo Film Meeting: Performance/Lecture: "I never fall apart, because I never fall together"

Visiting Critic, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)      

Visiting Artist Graduate Film Seminar, Fall 2009, “I never fall apart because I never fall together. (Andy Warhol)” University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Visiting Artist Lecture, UW-Milwaukee Course: Visual Art Survey 2008 

     

Artist Lecture, “The Recurring Dream: performed lecture”, Kenilworth Open Studios, UWM

Film 115 Media Archeology, UW-Milwaukee:     Visiting Artist, The Recurring Dream: a lecture performance”

     

Chicago Cultural Center, Exhibiting Artist Lecture

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Painting Seminar Visiting Artist

 

2007   

Visiting Artist Lecture, UW-Milwaukee, Course: Visual Art Survey

Finalist Candidate Lecture, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

2006   

Finalist Candidate Lecture, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia

 

2004   

Visiting Artist Lecture, University of Chicago, Department of Visual Art

 

2003   

Exhibiting Artist Lecture, Artis Center for Contermporary Art, Den Bosch, NL

 

2002   

Visiting Artist Lecture, Pistoletto Foundation, Unidee, Biella, Italy

 

2000   

Curatorial Lecture, Exhibition Study Space, Chicago, Art of Displacement, Entrance & Becoming

 

SELECTED PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS                           

Essl Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria

Royal Collection of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, The Hague, NL

ABN Amro Bank, The Netherlands

Collection of the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Harold Washington College, Chicago, Illinois

Susan and Lewis Manilow, Chicago

 

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, ARCHIVES, AND LIBRARIES

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, John M. Flaxman Library, Chicago, USA

Museum of Modern Art, (MoMA Library: Artist Books Collection), New York, NY

Whitney Museum of American Art, Special Collections, The Frances Mulhall Achilles Library, New York, NY

Tate Library and Archive, London, UK

Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, UK

University of Edinburgh, Main Library, Edinburgh, Scotland

Jan van Eyck Akademie Library, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Vanabbemuseum Library, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Sachsische Landesbibliothek – Staats – und Universitatsbibliothek Dresden, Germany

RKD Netherlands Institute for Art History, The Hague, The Netherlands

Universiteit van Amsterdam, Centrale Bibliotheek, The Netherlands

Universiteitsbibliotheek Leiden, Leiden University, The Netherlands

 

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

2011-                Assistant Professor, University of the Arts, Philadelphia

2007-2011       Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

2005-7             Instructor and Tenure-Track Professor, Harold Washington College, Chicago

2005-2006       Instructor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)

2004-2006       Lecturer, University of Chicago, Department of Visual Arts (Spring Quarter)

2004                 Visiting Artist & Lecturer, Department of Visual Arts, University of Chicago