November 13, 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Mad. Sq. Art in Conversation with: Rhonda Lieberman
Poet Kenneth Goldsmith engages with creatives from a variety of fields for insights and inspiration.
About Rhonda Lieberman
Rhonda Lieberman, a New York-based writer and artist, is a Contributing Editor at Artforum where her vintage ‘90s ‘Glamour Wounds’ column and recent Diaries have chronicled the Good, the Bad, and the Tasteful. Her essays have appeared in Bookforum, The Baffler, The Village Voice, T magazine (NYTimes), Spin, and many art publications.
Launched this spring and edited by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Pep Talk 7: The Rhonda Lieberman Reader is a big fat compilation of her work in the trenches in and around the art world, academia, consumer culture and Inequality since 1989! https://www.peptalkreader.com/collection/peptalk7therhondaliebermanreader Critic Gilda Williams opines in Frieze: “The Rhonda Lieberman Reader is the answer to our prayers…I never want to meet her.”
Lieberman’s art has appeared at The Jewish Museum, NY (‘Entertaining America’ and ‘Too Jewish?’), The New Museum, NY (‘Bad Girls’) and Stux Gallery (‘The Fake Chanel Show’). Educated at Brandeis and Yale, she has taught at Yale, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers and Umea Universitet, Sweden. The Cats-in-Residence Program, her ‘purrformance piece’ for rescue kitties, debuted at ‘The Cat Show’ she curated at White Columns, NY in 2013, with iterations at Real Art Ways, Hartford, Ct (2014); 356 Mission, LA (2014) and Worcester Art Museum, MA (2016). 77 cats were adopted through this piece.
Photo Credit: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
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