Rosalind Krauss

Rosalind Krauss, author, critic and teacher, will be our third speaker of this season. Ms. Krauss has spent the past year as a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art. Her previous achievements in the field of art history are so numerous that the briefest summary includes mention of her books, Passages in Modern Sculpture (Viking, 1977) and The Sculpture of David Smith, Catalogue Raisonn? (1977), Associate Editor Artforum (1971-5) and editor of the magazine October. She has taught at Wellesley College, M.I.T., Princeton, and has been a professor at Hunter College, New York since 1972. Ms. Krauss has written articles and reviews for the Partisan Review, Art International, Burlington Magazine, Art in America, The New York Times Review of Books, to mention just a few, and has lectured extensively. For our meeting, Rosalind Krauss will discuss her thoughts on the Theory of the Avant-Garde.

Lecture
The Art Institute of Chicago
Members – $16

05:30PM – 06:15PM – Reception
Members’ Dining Room

06:15PM – 07:30PM – Dining

07:30PM – 09:00PM – Lecture
Columbus Drive Auditorium