Maria Gough

Maria
Gough

Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. Professor of Modern Art in the History of Art and Architecture / Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University

Faculty Associate

Ph.D. Harvard University, MA Johns Hopkins University, BA (Hons.) University of Melbourne. Before joining the faculty of the Department of History of Art and Architecture in 2009, Gough taught modern and contemporary art at Stanford University (2003-2009) and the University of Michigan (1996-2003).

Expertise
Russian and Soviet avant-gardes;
European Modernism;
Weimar art and culture;
Russian and Soviet avant-gardes; European Modernism; Weimar art and culture; Abstraction; photography; intermedia; aesthetics and politics.;
photography;
intermedia;
Russian and Soviet avant-gardes; European Modernism; Weimar art and culture; Russian and Soviet avant-gardes; European Modernism; Weimar art and culture; Abstraction; photography; intermedia; aesthetics and politics.; photography; intermedia; aesthetics a
Foreign Language

Education

Ph.D.
, History of Art and Architecture
, Harvard University
Selected Publications

"The Utopia of Fact," in The Condition of the Document and Modern Photographic Utopia, ed. Jorge Ribalta and Jordana Mendelson (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, 2009).

"I Am Not a Poster Artist," in Gustavs Klucis, Latvijas Nacionalais makslas muzejs (2009).

The Artist as Producer: Russian Constructivism in Revolution (University of California Press, 2005).

Specialization
Telephone
617-495-9128