Posts Tagged: Venice Biennale

Beverly Pepper: Reframing the Narrative

Students are visible walking through the hallway behind Beverly Pepper’s Trinity, 1971, which sits on the lawn between MIT Buildings 16 and 26.

This week’s contributing author, Devin Raynor, is a second-year undergraduate student at Northeastern University, pursuing a BFA in Design. VoCA is pleased to present this blog post in conjunction with Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History, Gloria Sutton’s Spring 2020 Honors Seminar, The Art of Visual Intelligence at Northeastern University. This interdisciplinary course combines the… Read more »

About Face

Daddy I Would Love to Dance, 2008, Acrylic on canvas, 78 x 78 in. Courtesy of the artist. VoCA. About Face.

This week’s contributing writer, Jonathan D. Katz, is an activist academic who was the first American be tenured in what was then called Lesbian and Gay Studies and chaired the first such department in the US, and subsequently the first in the Ivy League. A pioneering scholar working at the intersection of art and sexuality,… Read more »


VoCA, Contemporary Art, Francesca Brusa, Social Realism

This week’s contributing writer, Francesca Brusa, is a curator and author in contemporary art. She is currently PhD researcher in Art History, focusing on the understanding of production processes and hidden labour in contemporary art and society. She is based between Zürich and Milano.    Workers in the collective, physical effort of production: like ghosts, they… Read more »

View from Inside: the FotoFest 2014 Biennial

Heather Brown is a Graduate Fellow in the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation where she specializes in photographic materials and paper. Heather is currently finishing her third-year internship at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Deep in the heart of Texas, you may be surprised to find one of the top five most… Read more »