Articles by Audrey Chan

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Teaching with Contemporary Art

Notes on a workshop (Part 2)

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Notes on a workshop (Part 2)

(continued from Part 1…) My students and I had knocked on the door of the Éloignement office of the Préfecture in Nantes. The woman who answered asked us what we …

Vilgot Sjöman's "I Am Curious (Yellow)," (1967)

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Notes on a workshop (Part 1)

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Notes on a workshop (Part 1)

I’m also teaching a course at the École Régionale des Beaux-arts de Nantes called, “Workshop: I am curious… (The Artist as Ethnographer).” Each Friday morning, my students and I have …

Jackson Pollock at work in his studio, photographed by Hans Namuth, 1950.

Teaching with Contemporary Art

On representations of the artist at work (Part 2)

Teaching with Contemporary Art

On representations of the artist at work (Part 2)

Following up our discussion about documentation of the creative process in the cases of Mark Bradford and Jackson Pollock, my students and I talked about what we might include in …

Teaching with Contemporary Art

On representations of the artist at work

Teaching with Contemporary Art

On representations of the artist at work

You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video In the Art:21 Season 4 episode Paradox, artist Mark Bradford cites the legacy of Abstract Expressionism as an …

A few recently-published French books about the rise of Barack Obama (from left to right): Barack Obama : Le premier president noir des Etats-Unis by Guillaume Serina; L’intraitable beauté du monde. Adresse à Barack Obama by Édouard Glissant and Patrick Chamoiseau; and Barack Obama : L’anti-modele français by Jean-Baptiste Onana.

Flash Points

Authenticity 2.0

Flash Points

Authenticity 2.0

At the École des Beaux-Arts de Nantes (Nantes School of Art), I am teaching a course called “Contemporary Art in the United States, 2000-Today.” The premise of the course is …