ART THEORY AND PRACTICE

Welcome to the Department of Art Theory & Practice (AT&P) at the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University. The department has both an undergraduate program, offering a baccalaureate degree, and a graduate program, offering a Masters of Fine Arts degree.

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recent visiting artists

2013-2014
Lucía Sanromán
| Kerry Tribe | Denise Markonish | Brian Holmes | Claire Pentecost | Mark Dion | Julia Fish

2012-2013
Clifford Owens
| Cauleen Smith | John Neff | Kira O'Reilly | James Richards | Laurel Nakadate | Doug Ischar

 

2011-2012
Ana Prvacki
| Lize Mogel | Awkward x 2 | Mark Jeffery & Judd Morrissey | Elijah Burgher | Paul Ramirez Jonas

2010-2011
Sergio Torres-Torres | Renée Green | Dave McKenzie | Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle | Hamra Abbas | Nancy Shaver | Matthew Rich | Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev | Wayne Koestenbaum | John Marriott | Laura Marks

2009-2010
Yoshua Okon | Dani Leventhal | Anna Biller | Mike Hoolbloom | Theaster Gates | Matt King | Saul Ostrow | Peter Magubane | Linda Besemer

2008 - 09
Geof Oppenheimer
| Fritz Haeg |Tom Marioni |
Dan Graham |Andrea Bowers | Gaylen Gerber |Deborah Stratman | William J. O'Brien | Amanda Ross-Ho

2007 - 08
Hamza Walker | Claire Sherman | The Speculative Archive | Takao Kawaguchi | Anoka Faruquee | Faith Wilding | Harrel Fletcher | Nayland Blake | Emna Zghal | Catherine Sullivan | Emily Jacir | Chris Sperandio | Claire Bishop | Cheryl Donegan | Robert A. Pruitt

2006 - 07
Kamrooz Aram | Pedro Lasch | Coco Fusco | Scott Reeder |
Sara Black | Stan Shellabarger | Sharon Hayes | Salem Collo-Julin & Marc Fischer | Mendi and Keith Obadike | OUT OF SIGHT

2005 - 06
Amy Adler | Mequitta Ahuja | Paul Chan | Patty Chang | Ken Fandell | Pamela Fraser | Gareth James | Virgil Marti | Dave McKenzie | Ernesto Neto | Mai-Thu Perret | POST POST STUDIO

2004 - 05
Ben Butler
| Sean Duffy | Sam Durant | Diana Fridd | Inigo Manglano-Ovalle | Damir Niksic | Katy Siegel | Stephanie Snider | Tony Tasset | Shirley Tse | Mel Ziegler

2003 - 04
Cindy Bernard
| Andrea Fraser | Michelle Grabner | Renee Green | Laura Owens | Dan Perjovschi | Richard Rezac | Howard Singerman | Christopher Wool

2002 - 03
Gregg Bordowitz
| Michael Corris | Simon Grennan & Chris Sperandio | Joseph Grigley | Helen Mirra | Amy Sillman


Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle (b. 1961, Madrid, Spain) received a B.A. from
Williams College in Williamstown, MA, and an M.F.A. from The School of
The Art Institute of Chicago. His noted film trilogy Le Baiser/The
Kiss (1999), Climate (2000), and In Ordinary Time (2001) focuses on
the architecture of Mies van der Rohe and the implications of
Modernism. Solo exhibitions include: The Art Institute of Chicago; The
Krefeld Suite, Museum Haus Esters and Haus Lange, Krefend, Germany; El
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey and Museo Tamayo Arte
Contemporaneo, Mexico City; Barcelona Pavilion, Fundación Mies van der
Rohe, Barcelona, Spain; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, among
others. Group exhibitions include: Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo,
Brazil; InSITE, San Diego; Tempo, Museum of Modern Art, New York;
Moving Pictures, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York and Guggenheim
Museum, Bilbao, Spain; The Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of
American Art, New York; Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, England, and
Documenta 12, Kassel, Germany. He has received a National Endowment
for the Arts fellowship, the Media Arts Award from the Wexner Center
for the Arts, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Fellowship, and a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.