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Molleen Theodore

Molleen Theodore is the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Fellow in the Education Department at the Yale University Art Gallery and a lecturer in the Education Department at the Museum of Modern Art. She received her Ph.D. from the CUNY Graduate Center in 2010 with a specialization in twentieth century art, photography, and film studies. Her dissertation, “Beyond ‘Meaningless Work’: The Art of Walter De Maria, 1960-1977,” is a foundational study of the breadth and complexity of De Maria’s production, the variety of its reception, and his relationship to history, institutions, collectors, and patrons. She continues to focus on issues related to intermedia art, collections, and historiography. She is currently supervising a student curated exhibition of works from the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States. Ms. Theodore was appointed critic at the Yale School of Art in 2012.

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