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Kelly Whacker

Dr. Kelly Wacker is an art historian whose primary area is Contemporary Art; her secondary area is the art of the 17th century in Europe. In addition to being a specialist in Land & Environmental Art, she has wide-ranging interests and has recently published a book, Baroque Tendencies in Contemporary Art (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007). She has written essays on topics including David Bowie’s reflections on postmodern contemporary art trends, geo-politics in the work of Mel Chin, and contemporary wood sculpture in Zimbabwe. She recently participated in a lecture series called “It Is Difficult” with artist, Alfredo Jaar. Currently she is studying the “end” of Land Art.