Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art; Associate Provost for the Arts
Thomas Crow is the Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art, and Associate Provost for the Arts at New York University. He has authored two influential studies of eighteenth-century French painting: Painters and Public Life in Eighteenth-Century Paris (1985) and Emulation: Making Artists for Revolutionary France (1995). Subsequent publications, including The Rise of the Sixties: American and European Art in the Era of Dissent and the essay collection Modern Art in the Common Culture (both 1996), examine the later twentieth century, while The Intelligence of Art (1999) analyses specific moments in the history of art. Crow’s most recent texts focus on single artists, including Gordon Matta-Clark (2003), and Robert Smithson (2004).
Thomas Crow's keynote lecture for
The Koons Effect
Jeff Koons in the 1980s:
Pop Culture Turns Up Late
Faculty: Special Appointments