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John Zarobell

John Zarobell

Yale Global Online

Contributor since: 07 Feb 2020

Biography

John Zarobell is associate professor and chair of International Studies at the University of San Francisco.  Formerly, he held the positions of assistant curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and associate curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He is a contributor to Artsy, Art Practical and San Francisco Art Quarterly and he has curated exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. His first book, Empire of Landscape, was published in 2010 and his next, Art and the Global Economy, was published with University of California Press in 2017.

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    Published 07 February 2020 | viewed 1,650 times

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