Amanda Gluibizzi

Associate Professor of Art and History of Art


My work explores the intersection of modern and contemporary art and design in the United States and Europe. My publications include essays on Robert Rauschenberg’s use of street signs in his Combines, the Eisensteinian film theory in operation in the music video Star Guitar, and the artistic self-fashioning of the graphic designer Peter Saville in a portrait by Wolfgang Tillmans. Forthcoming articles include “Portrait of the Artist(s) as a Portrait of Iris Clert” in the journal Word & Image and a co-authored essay concerning the dematerialization of art, written with the artist Michael Mercil, to be published in The Cambridge History of Postmodernism. I am currently at work on two book manuscripts: one that investigates the mutual influence of art and graphic design in 1960s New York City, and another that examines the role played by the edge in contemporary painting.

Amanda Gluibizzi CV

Areas of Expertise
  • Modern and Contemporary Art and Design
  • BA, English, Ohio University, 1996
  • MA. Art History, University of Cincinnati, 1998
  • MSILS, Art Librarianship, Pratt Institute, 2001
  • PhD, History of Art, Ohio State University, 2012
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