Gail Levin, Spring 2015 Artist in Residence Update

Gail Levin recently received the following grants:

  • February-June 2019, Leon Levy Scholar at the Center for the History of Collecting at the Frick Art Reference Library

  • Fulbright Specialist as a curatorial advisor to Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts, Ulaan Baator, Mongolia, June 21-July 13


Selected Recent Publications:

Lee Krasner: A Biography
  • “Mapping Edward Hopper: Jo Hopper as an Artist and as her Husband’s Cartographer,” The Artl@s Bulletin 7, 2018

  • “Edward Hopper, Landscape, and Literature,” Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture, Kyoto, Japan, vol. 29, 2018

  • “From Georgia Peach to Art Historian: Reflections on a Southern Jewish Childhood,” Southern Cultures, UNC Press, Chapel Hill, with the Center for the Study of the American South, vol. 25, 2018, 125-136

  • “Roz Dimon: Guns,” Carter Burden Gallery, NYC, 2018

  • Becoming Judy Chicago: A Biography, University of California Press, October 2018

  • Lee Krasner: A Biography, London: Thames and Hudson, 2019

  • Levin’s 1971 interview with Krasner published in Krasner retrospective catalogue, Barbican, London (where Levin lectures on June 20)


  • Frick Museum, April 30

  • Bishop lecture at Rutgers University, March 13

  • Paper on Edward Hopper at Congress of German Art Historians in Göttingen, March 29

  • Yale University Conference on Jewish Feminist Art, April 7

  • Panel on Abstract Expressionism with Barbara Rose and Lana Jokel, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY, August 11, 2018

  • Interview with artist Eunice Golden at the “Art Barge,” Amagansett, NY, July 25, 2018

  • Panels organized: “Art, Crime, and History,” annual meeting of the College Art Association, February 13

  • Artists Talk on Art, “#MeToo” panel moderator and participant, National Arts Club, October 23

  • Panel on Changing Status of Women Artists, Simmons University, Boston, May 29


Fifth International Silk Road Exhibition, Xi'an, China; six works in group show, September -October 2018