Jennifer Jane Marshall in conversation with Stephanie Seidel on the work of Allan McCollum
Join ICA Miami for a special livestream conversation between art historian Jennifer Jane Marshall and ICA Miami Curator Stephanie Seidel on the occasion of Allan McCollum’s career-spanning exhibition, “Works since 1969.”
About Jennifer Jane Marshall
Jennifer Jane Marshall is Associate Professor of American Art at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. A specialist in histories of sculpture, museum display, and the marketplace, Dr. Marshall’s book, Machine Art, 1934 — a study of Alfred Barr and Philip Johnson’s exhibition of industrial design at the Museum of Modern Art — won the Dedalus Foundation’s Robert Motherwell Book Award in 2013. An NEH recipient, a fellow at her university’s Institute for Advanced Studies, and a visiting instructor at Stanford University; Dr. Marshall’s research has appeared in American Art, the Art Bulletin, Hyperallergic, and the podcast BackStory. She is currently at work on a book about the American sculptor, William Edmondson.