Carlos Kong

Carlos Kong is a writer and art historian. He is pursuing a PhD at Princeton University, where he teaches contemporary art and organizes the Queer Cultures Reading Group. He researches 20th-century European art, literature, and critical theory, with a focus on postwar Germany and its transcultural contexts, as well as global contemporary art. His criticism has been published by Flash Art, The Brooklyn Rail, and Migrant Journal, among others, and he was critic-in-residence at EIKON Magazine in Vienna.

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Comradeship Reading Group: How NSK Made Present the Absence of History

On December 17 we are reading the tenth chapter “How NSK Made Present the Absence of History.” The conversation will be led by art historian and writer, Carlos Kong and art historian and curator, Jovana Stokic.

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Comradeship Reading Group: The Museum of Contemporary Art

On June 25 we are reading the fourth chapter “The Museum of Contemporary Art,” translated by Rawley Grau and originally presented at the international colloquium“História E(m) Movimento: MAM 60 anos” [History and(in) Movement: MAM 60 Years], Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, November 2008. The conversation will be co-led by art historian and writer, Carlos Kong and researcher and writer, Lynn Maliszewski.

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Comradeship Reading Group

Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe: Reading Group

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