Irene V. Small

Associate Professor of Art & Archaeology

Phone

609) 258-3771

Office

315 McCormick Hall

Email

ismall@princeton.edu

Irene V. Small specializes in contemporary art and criticism within a global context. Her areas of interest include experimental practices of the 1960s and ’70s, legacies of abstraction, temporalities of art, problems of methodology and interpretation, relationality and the social implications of form. Small’s work engages a variety of geopolitical formations and transnational, translocal contexts, and has paid particular attention to art and theory in Latin America, particularly Brazil.

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