Art Now! Lecture Series: Annika Marie

Art and Art History Associate Chair Annika Marie will present a lecture on modern and contemporary art history, theory, and criticism as part of the department’s Art Now! Lecture Series.

Art and Art History Associate Chair and Associate Professor Annika Marie will give a lecture as part of the Art and Art History Department’s Art Now! Lecture Series on Wednesday, February 20.

Marie’s areas of research and teaching focus are modern and contemporary art history, theory, and criticism. She received her BA in art history from Mills College (Oakland, Calif.), her MA in art history from Columbia University in New York City, and her PhD in art history from the University of Texas, Austin.

Marie has engaged the contemporary art world through art criticism and curatorial projects. She has written on Allan Sekula, David Bunn, and Andrea Zittel, among others, for publications such as Art issues and Xtra. Her scholarly publications include “Action Painting Fourfold: Harold Rosenberg and an Arena in Which to Act,” in The Studio Reader: On the Space of Artists (University of Chicago Press, 2010); and “Ad Reinhardt: Mystic or Materialist? Priest or Proletarian?,” in The Art Bulletin (December 2014).

The Art Now! series is organized by Art and Art History Associate Professor Amy Mooney and Professor Adam Brooks. The series is a one-credit course in which students attend the five lectures sponsored by the department. Art Now! invites students and the public to engage with a diverse group of creators, critics, historians, and other working professionals to gain exposure to a wide range of perspectives, practices, and professionalism in the arts.

Art Now! Lecture Series: Annika Marie
Wednesday, February 20
6-7 p.m.
Hokin Lecture Hall
623 S. Wabash Ave., Room 109