Duke Authors at the College Art Association 2011 Meeting

We had a great time at the 2011 Annual Conference of the College Art Association in New York, NY, February 10th-12th. Here are some photos of the many authors who stopped by our booth.

CAA 11 Carolee Schneemann



Carolee Schneemann, author of Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and her Circle



CAA 11 John Bowles



John P. Bowles, author of Adrian Piper: Race, Gender, and Embodiment



CAA 11 Kellie Jones



Kellie Jones, author of EyeMinded: Living and Writing Contemporary Art



CAA 11 Suzanne Lacy



Suzanne Lacy, author of Leaving Art: Writings on Performance, Politics, and Publics, 1974-2007



CAA 11 Mira Schor



Mira Schor, author of A Decade of Negative Thinking: Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life



CAA 11 Schor and Lacy

 Authors MIra Schor and Suzanne Lacy



CAA 11 Cherise Smith (with Wanda Corn)

Wanda Corn and Cherise Smith, author of Enacting Others: Politics of Identity in Eleanor Antin, Nikki S. Lee, Adrian Piper, and Anna Deavere Smith

CAA 11 Maria Elena Buszek


Maria Elena Buszek, editor of Extra/Ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art




Thanks to our exhibits manager, Helena M. Knox, for these photos!


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