Joanna Fiduccia

Joanna Fiduccia is Assistant Professor in Modern European and American Art History at Yale University. Her research explores the relationship between aesthetics and ideology, centering on the intersection of sculpture and political theory in the modernist return to figuration. She is also the author of essays and reviews on contemporary art for publications including Artforum, East of Borneo, Spike, Even, and Parkett, and co-founder and editor of the journal of art history apricota. She is currently at work on a monograph, Figures of Crisis: Alberto Giacometti and the Myths of Nationalism, which tracks the convergence of aesthetic and political crisis in the 1930s and 40s. 

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Aug 2021

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