Associate Professor of Art History and Criticism, Hunter College, CUNY, and Contributing Editor, Artforum
Katy Siegel received her undergraduate degree from Oberlin College and earned both her M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin. Her wide repertoire of publications will soon include the release (in 2006) of her latest work, Abstract Expressionism. Her publications also include Sidney Tillim: Art After Ideology and Art Works: Money (co-authored with Paul Mattick). Siegel has written many essays about modern and contemporary art, most recently on Takashi Murakami, for his exhibition “Little Boy” at the Japan Society; Richard Tuttle, for his retrospective at SFMoMA; and “Remote Viewing” at the Whitney Museum of Art.