Morgan, Robert C.
MORGAN, Robert C.
MORGAN, Robert C. American, b. 1943. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, professor of the history and theory of art, 1988-2001. Columbia University, Barnard College, visiting professor, 1991-92. Art gallery in NYC, 1989-90; curator of group exhibitions; artist, with paintings, sculptures, photographs, and experimental films exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States and Europe. Has also taught at the Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Publications: Robert Barry, 1986; Haim Steinbach, 1988; Duchamp, Androgyny, Etc…, 1990; Oskar De Mejo: The Naive Surrealist, 1991; New Media Arts, 1992; A Hans Bellmer Miscellany, 1993; After the Deluge: Essays on the Art of the Nineties, 1993; Conceptual Art: An American Perspective, 1994; Art into Ideas: Essays on Conceptual Art, 1995; Between Modernism and Conceptual Art, 1997; The End of the Art World, 1998; Gary Hill, 2000; Bernar Venet, 1961-70, 2000; Bruce Nauman, 2002; Alain Kirili, 2002. Contributor of articles and reviews to art and cultural journals. Address: 145 4th Ave Apt #12A, New York, NY 10003, U.S.A.