Professor Jongwoo Jeremy Kim delivered a paper titled “White Man in the Orient: Frederic Leighton Up the Nile.”
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Professor Kim Serves on McKnight Fellowship for the Visual Arts Jury
The 2022 McKnight fellows were selected from a group of 141 applicants by a national panel of arts professionals. This year’s jurors were Professor Jongwoo Jeremy Kim; Julio César Morales, artist and Curator of Visual Arts at Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe; and Katie Pfohl, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, New Orleans Museum… Read more »
Professor Kim’s Book ‘Male Bodies Unmade’ Under Contract with UC Press
Examining narcissistic narratives and queer incoherence, this book will comprise six chapters and 80 color images.
Professor Kim Co-Organizes and Speaks at Radical Victorians Conference
Radical Victorians showcases cutting-edge research and lively original thinking about the significance of Victorian art, design, and theory.
Professor Kim Speaks on Panel about the Future of Art Criticism
“Art Writing Future” will address the multifaceted possibilities and diverse perspectives at the forefront of art criticism in the US today.
Professor Kim Lectures in University of Houston School of Art Speaker Series
Professor Kim’s paper “Bathing Jocks: Filming Queer Korea in LA” discusses nonwhite corporeality and self-imagery coalescing irresolvable queer potentials.
Professor Kim Presents in Queer/Feminist/Praxis Conference
Professor Jongwoo Jeremy Kim will present his paper “A K-Twon Bathhouse Boy: Andrew Ahn’s Spa Night (2016).”
Professor Kim Publishes in the Journal Art History
Kim’s article “Picturing the Edwardian Family Man: The Nicholsons at Home” in the journal Art History, volume 42, issue 5.
Lecture Series: Jongwoo Jeremy Kim
School of Art Professor Jongwoo Jeremy Kim, PhD, is a specialist of modern and contemporary art addressing issues concerning gender, race, and sexuality.
Professor Kim Presents at the University of Pittsburgh
Professor Kim participates in the public event “Tiepolo, Canova, Degas: The Dancer In and Out of Character” at the University of Pittsburgh.