Rosemary O’Neill is an art historian specializing in French and American art in the second half of the twentieth century. She is the author of Art and Visual Culture on the French Riviera, 1956-1971 (Ashgate, 2012), co-editor of Art as Adventure: Going Beyond (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017); and the book chapters: “Agnès Varda’s du Côté de la Côte: Place as ‘Sociological Phenomenon’” (Bloomsbury, 2018); “La Cédille qui Sourit: aesthetic research under the ‘sign of humor’,” (Ashgate 2012); and “Le ‘naturalisme intégral’ de Pierre Restany: la perception disciplinée et la dématérialisation de l’objet” (INHA/Éditions des Cendres, 2009). She has contributed essays to the following museum publications: Posco Art Museum, Seoul; Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.; South Bank Center, London; and the Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, Nice. She is a professor at Parsons School of Design – The New School, NY.
Christoph Fink’s Atlas of Movements is a theoretically open-ended inventory of what the artist refers to as “travel periods.” Within the Atlas of Movements, the artist has categorized distinct, numbered “movements,” carefully delineated within a personal notational system that is ostensibly systematic but often cryptic.
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