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Jennie Waldow

Jennie Waldow

Art History
B.A., Scripps College
M.A. (Distinction), The Courtauld Institute of Art


Jennie studies postwar American and European art, with a focus on 1960s and 1970s Conceptualism. She has previously worked at the Museum of Modern Art and the Los Angeles Nomadic Division, and her areas of interest include Fluxus, artist's books and ephemera, political activism, and commercial procedures. Her research has been generously supported by the Bill Lane Center for the American West, the Pauline Brown Fund for Advanced Research in American Art, the Cantor Arts Center Curatorial Fellowship, the Pigott Scholars Program Fellowship, Harvard Art Museums' Summer Institute for Technical Studies in Art, and the UCLA California Rare Book School. She is currently at work on a dissertation about the American artist Allen Ruppersberg.


July 23, 2019 to August 30, 2019
Stanford Art Gallery

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