New York Times Features Amy Sillman, the Fall 2020 Katz Chair in Painting
POSTED ON: October 13, 2020
Amy Sillman, the Fall 2020 Katz Chair in Painting, was featured in the New York Times. Sillman's studio practice in painting has become important to the conversations of contemporary painting and ideas of abstraction in art. Her practice moves beyond the studio to encompass writing and curation; these examples of working across disciplines and social engagement are critical values of education in the School of Art.
Sillman will give an online artist talk on December 3.
The Alex Katz Chair was founded in 1999 by the School of Art with generous support by alumnus Alex Katz. The Chair provides a one-semester visiting professorship to a distinguished artist working in the fields of Painting and Drawing.