Agnes Berecz

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Adjunct Associate Professor History of Art and Design 718.636.3598 p Brooklyn Campus, East Hall 2

Current Course Listing (6)

20/FA-HAD-346-01 Art Since the Sixties

20/FA-HAD-346-02 Art Since the Sixties

20/FA-HAD-346-03 Art Since the Sixties

21/SP-HAD-346-01 Art Since the Sixties

21/SP-HAD-346-02 Art Since the Sixties

21/SP-HAD-405-19 Senior Thesis


Ph.D., Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne).


Associate Professor at Christie’s Education; lectures at the Museum of Modern Art; writings have appeared in Art Journal, Art in America, Artmargins, and the Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, as well as in European and U.S. exhibition catalogs; recent work includes the two-volume monographic study Simon Hantaï and the essay “The Event of Painting,” written for Judit Reigl’s retrospective at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest; review articles for Muérto, the Budapest-based art monthly, include “Thomas Hirschhorn’s Gramsci Monument,” and “American Traumspiel: Mike Kelley”; she is working on a book titled Paint No More: France, 1948–1982.