MemberJean Marie Carey

…d was picked up in the news all the way to the Antipodes that week with the story “Otago Link to Identifying Art Looted by Nazis.” 

On 13 February 2019 I presented this research about Franz Marc’s woodcuts Schöpfungsgeschicte II (1914) and Geburt der Pferde (1913) amid colleagues at the College Art Association conference in New York City. The very next day I learned “Rau…

I research and write about Franz Marc from the German aesthetic, philosophical, and psychological frameworks of Einfühlung, Nachträglichkeit, and Trauerarbeit. Marc is also a natural subject for a critical examination through Animal Studies. In the course of my research I developed several side projects about recovered biography and Raubkunst, among other topics. I write about modern and contemporary art for books and journals, do book and exhibition reviews, and am the editor of the Italian Art Society blog and the technology manager for the for IAS website, which will launch its redesign in July 2019. My website, German Modernism is about that subject, particularly Franz Marc, but also about the historical avant-garde, institutional critique, contemporary art, and animals.