Supported by a New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, she is pursuing research into the practical applications of artmaking for her book, Better for the Making: Art, Therapy, Process, a study of the therapeutic origins of process within American modernism.
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Jonathan D. Katz is an art historian, curator and queer activist. Now Associate Professor of Practice in Art History and Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Katz is a pioneering figure in the development of queer art history, and author of a number of books and articles.
He has curated many exhibitions, nationally and internationally, including About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art at Wrightwood 659, Chicago; Art AIDS America at 6 museums across the country; and Hide/Seek. Katz co-founded the Queer Caucus for Art, Queer Nation in San Francisco, The Harvey Milk Institute, then the largest queer studies institute in the world, and is President Emeritus of The Leslie Lohman Museum for Queer Art in New York.
Bystryn, Marcia, Art Galleries as Gatekeppers. The Case of the Abstract Expressionists, in: Social Research, 45.1978, S. 390–408.
Martin, Henry, Agnes Martin. Pioneer, Painter, Icon, Chicago 2018.
Rosenberger, Christina Bryan, Drawing the Line. The Early Work of Agnes Martin, Oakland 2016.