Associate Professor of Aesthetics and Critical Studies, and Program Head of Painting
Painting, Art History
Philip Glahn, PhD
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 215-777-9176
- Office: Tyler 300B
Philip Glahn’s research and teaching focus on the histories, theories and practices of art as technology, labor and activism. His writings on the legacies of avant-garde strategies, the politics of drawing, digital media and new social formations, radio and the public sphere, as well as other topics have appeared in publications including Art Journal, Afterimage, The Brooklyn Rail, Parallax, Panorama and PUBLIC, as well as several anthologies.
His research has been supported by several grants including a Fulbright Fellowship and a Helena Rubinstein Fellowship for Critical Studies as part of the Whitney Independent Studies Program. Prior to his appointment at Tyler, he taught art history and criticism at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn College and Hunter College, where at the latter he received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching. Glahn’s book addressing questions of socialism and technology, pedagogy and the utility in the work of Bertolt Brecht was published in 2014 by Reaktion Books. His current research and book project focuses on the relationship between art, communication technologies and concepts of utopia.
PhD, Art History and Criticism, Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2007
MS, History, Theory and Criticism of Art and Architecture, Pratt Institute, New York, 1998
MA, Cultural Studies, Universität Lüneburg, Germany, 1997
Glahn, P., & Levine, C. (2020). Satellite Arts: A Television of Attractions. Parallax [Networked Liminality].
Glahn, P., & Levine, C. (2019, Fall). The Future is Present: Electronic Café and the Politics of
Technological Fantasy*. Art Journal.
*Awarded the 2020 Art Journal Award for most distinguished contribution published in Art Journal
Glahn, P. (2019. Fall). The Bauhaus: Lost in Translation—Art as Work. Wolkenkuckucksheim/Cloud-
Cuckoo-Land—International Journal of Architectural Theory, pp.151–162
Glahn, P. (2019). The Radio and/as Digital Productivism. In: A. Thurmann-Jajes, et al. (Eds.),
Radio as Art: Concepts, Spaces, Practices (Schriftenreihe für Künstlerpublikationen) (pp. 203-210).
Bielefeld and London: Transcript Verlag.
Glahn, P. (2014). Bertolt Brecht. London, UK: Reaktion Books.