And Still She Rises

And Still She Rises
As a visual arts professional, she has a broad range of interests from to 19th century history to the tip of the contemporary edge. She’s also has multiple roles— curator, professor, art foundation advisor, art and education policy wonk, and critic (whose essays have been published in The New Yorker , Artforum , Art in America and in catalogues for the 2007 Venice Biennial, the Guggenheim Berlin, the Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, Smithsonian Institution; and The Studio Museum in Harlem).  From her academic foundation in the visual arts and humanities, her inquiry radiates to cover topics in many other areas of life. So what to call Sarah Lewis? A string like this begins to express it: curator, historian, public intellectual and author — and not ”author” meaning a historian or curator who writes, but a writer to the bone, some one devoted to the …

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