Jeannine Tang

Jeannine is an art historian completing her Ph.D. at the Courtauld Institute of Art, and holds a B.A. from National University of Singapore, and an M.A. from the Courtauld Institute of Art. Previously a fellow at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, she was also a Critical Studies participant at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. Her writing appears in venues such as Artforum; Theory, Culture and Society; Afterimage; journal of visual culture; Art India; Broadsheet; and others. She has written exhibition and catalogue texts for artists such as Sharon Hayes and Cheo Chai-Hiang, and is co-editing an issue of Third Text on modernity and China‚Äôs cultural politics. Her forthcoming publications include an essay on Maria Eichhorn, Hans Haacke and institutional critique for the edited volume Provenance: Transferal and Transformation (Getty Research Institute); an essay on translation and the women-only survey exhibition, for an edited book on curating and feminist politics (Liverpool University Press); and essay on Andrea Geyer’s Spiral Lands project for the volume Critical Landscapes (University of California Press). Her research interests include postwar and contemporary art, social justice and democratic politics, histories and theories of feminism, colonialism and media. CCS Bard Graduate Committee (2011- )