Elizabeth Mangini is an art historian who specializes in social histories of postwar and contemporary art, including photography. Her current research projects include a study of Arte Povera in Turin c. 1968 and identity politics in American art in the 1980s and ’90s. She has held curatorial positions and postgraduate fellowships at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and MASS MOCA, North Adams, MA. She is a portfolio reviewer for Photolucida, an international grant-giving organization. Recent publications include: “Parallel Revolution,” Artforum XLVI no. 3 (November 2007), 159–162; “Gerhard Richter,” in Elizabeth A. Wykoff, ed., Don’t Look. Contemporary Drawings from an Alumna’s Collection (Wellesley, MA: Davis Museum and Cultural Center, 2007), 100; “Jan Dibbets,” Bits and Pieces Put Together to Present a Semblance of a Whole (Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2005), 190–191; “Real Lies, True Fakes, and Supermodels,” Invisible Culture 7, Rochester, NY: University of Rochester (Spring 2004), online journal. “Pipilotti’s Pickle: Making Meaning from the Feminine Position,” Performing Arts Journal 23, no. 2 (May 2001), 1–9.
BA, Stanford University; MA, Williams College; MPhil, PhD Program, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. email@example.com