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Scholar Lecture:
Andrew Hennlich

October 29, 2015
Richmond Center for Visual Arts
room 2008 at 5:30 p.m.

Andrew Hennlich is Assistant Professor of Art History in the Gwen Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University.  Hennlich is currently finishing a monograph, (un)Fixing the Eye:  William Kentridge and the Optics of Witness, on the South African artist and animator William Kentridge.  He is also curating an exhibition After the Thrill is Gone:  Fashion, Politics and Culture in Contemporary South African Art for the Richmond Center for Visual Art to open in 2016.  Hennlich writes widely on contemporary art and politics including chapters in Film, History, Public Memory (Palgrave MacMillan, 2015), Making Futures (Plymouth College of Art, 2014), German Colonialism Revisited (University of Michigan Press, 2013), essays in esse, Image & Text, Rubric, etc., and catalogue essays for Julia Rosa Clark, Pierre Fouché, Daniel Halter, and Never Lopez.