BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:icalendar-ruby CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20170523T111128Z UID:266181 DTSTART:20130317T130000 DTEND:20130317T160000 DESCRIPTION:
On March 17th at 1pm\, please join us for a gallery walking
tour led by professors Dr. Karen L. Kleinfelder and Leslie Dick in conjunct
ion with participating artists and curators. Reception to follow.
Dr. Karen Kleinfelder is a Professor &\; Head of th e Art History at California State University\, Long Beach. She received her Ph.D. in 1989 from the University of Michigan where her thesis won the Dis tinguished Dissertation Award &\; was later published by the University of Chicago Press as a book\, The Artist\, His Model\, Her Image\, His Gaze: Picasso's Pursuit of the Model. A recipient of a National Endowment for th e Humanities Fellowship\, she is currently at work on a book about the imag es of women in Picasso's art. A list of seminar topics she has taught at Ca l State Long Beach include Surrealism &\; Gender\, Bataille's informe\, Baudrillard's hyperreal\, mind/body/cyborg\, real places/imaginary spaces\, boundary crossings\, &\; "Engendered Species". Dr. Kleinfelder won the Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award at Cal State Long Beach in 2000.
Leslie Dick is the author of two novels - Without Falling (1987) and Kicking (1992) and a collection of short stories\, The Skull of Charlotte Corday and Other Stories (1995). She was a Mellon Fellow in Arts Criticism at CalArts\, before joining the regular faculty in Art in 1992. Her writing has appeared in numerous magazines\, art catalogues\, and anthologies. She wrote on photography in Real Allegories: Olivier Richon (Steidl\, 2006) an d she writes regularly for X-TRA\, a quarterly journal of contemporary art\ , whose editorial board she joined in 2011. She collaborated with artist Ma rtin Kersels on a video work entitled Ripcord (2008) which was shown at Acm e\, Los Angeles. In 2010\, as part of Martin Kersels's Five Songs in the Wh itney Biennial\, she presented a 'multi-media performance' on Jacques Lacan 's 'The Mirror Stage' at the Whitney Museum in New York. In 2012 she presen ted her work at the symposium 'On Perfection' at the Whitechapel Art Galler y\, London\, and at the Royal College of Art and Goldsmith's College\, Lond on.