Jordan Troeller

Born in 1985, B.A., M.A. (USA); Studies in History of Art at University of California, Berkeley; Master Studies in History of Art at Harvard University. Since 2012 PhD in History of Arts at Harvard University.

Research interests: Early Twentieth-Century European and Soviet avant-gardes, Postwar European and American art, History of photography

 

Research project:

The Bauhaus in situ (1923–1929)

 

Publications:

Troeller, Jordan (2016): Catalogue entries for Corita Kent and the Language of Pop, ed. Susan Dackerman (Harvard Art Museums, 2016).

Troeller, Jordan (2015): “VKHUTEMAS: Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin,” ARTnews (April 2015): 92.

Troeller, Jordan (2015): “Philippe Parreno: Schinkel Pavillon and Esther Schipper, Berlin,” ARTnews (forthcoming, February 2015).

Troeller, Jordan (2014): “Otto Piene at Neue Nationalgalerie and Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle,” ARTnews (November 2014): 125.

Troeller, Jordan (2014): “The Factographic Gesture,” in Liz Laser: Public Relations / Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, ed. Kristina Scepanski (Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2014): 118–125.

“Illuminated Loss: Andy Warhol’s Flash—November 22, 1963,” in Reading Andy Warhol, ed. Nina Schleif (Munich: Hatje Cantz, 2013), 202–217.

Catalogue entries for This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s, ed. Helen Molesworth (New Haven: Yale, 2012).

“Against Abstraction: Zoe Leonard’s Analogue,” Art Journal (Winter 2010): 108–123.

Staff critic for Artforum.com, 2009–2012.


Public presentations:

2015 “Das Metallische Fest am Bauhaus,” Skulptur und Zeit im 20 und 21. Jahrhundert, Universität der Künste, Berlin (Jan.)

2014 “Kahnweiler’s ‘Das Wesen der Bildhauerei’,” eikones Summer School, Basel (Aug.)

2011 “The Melancholic Gaze of Contemporary Photography,” Wellesley College, MA (Nov.)

2010 “Women and War,” Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (May)

2009 “Against Abstraction: Zoe Leonard’s Analogue,” Whitney Museum of American Art (May), Independent Study Program Symposium