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  • Ksenia Soboleva

    Part-time Lecturer

    Email
    sobolevk@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    B - 65 West 11th Street

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    Ksenia Soboleva

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    Dr. Ksenia M. Soboleva is a New York based writer and art historian specializing in queer art and culture. She holds a PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, with a dissertation titled "Fragments: Art, AIDS, and Lesbian Identity in the United States." She has taught at NYU and the Cooper Union, and presented her research in the United States and abroad. Her writings have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, BOMB Magazine, Artforum, Hyperallergic, and various exhibition catalogues. She is currently co-editing (with Svetlana Kitto) the first monograph on the 1990s lesbian gallery and project space TRIAL BALLOON. Soboleva has curated exhibitions at Baxter St. Camera Club of New York, Tappeto Volante Projects, Candice Madey Gallery, La MaMa Galleria, and Assembly Room. She was the 2020-2021 Vilcek Curatorial Fellow at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Gender and LGBTQ+ History at the New York Historical Society. 

     

     


    Current Courses

    Exhibitions as History
    LVIS 2010, Spring 2024

    Practicing Curating
    LVIS 3250, Spring 2024

    Past Courses

    Exhibitions as History
    LVIS 2010, Fall 2023

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