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TK Smith is a Philadelphia based writer, art critic, and curator. Before
matriculating into the History of American Civilization program, he
served as an inaugural Tina Dunkley Fellow in American Art at Clark
Atlanta University Art Museum, where he curated Looming Chaos, an exhibition of Atlanta-based artist Zipporah Camille Thompson’s woven work. Smith is a regular contributor to ART PAPERS, where he
recently co-edited the Fall/ Winter 2020 issue “Monumental
Interventions.” The issue explores where the concerns of art intersect
with those of monument and memorial. Additionally, Smith has published
works in Burnaway, ARTSATL, as well as contributed to several exhibition catalogs.
Saint Louis University, MA in American Studies, 2018; Saint Louis University, BA English and African American Studies, 2014
American Art, Material Culture, and the Built Environment.
Dr. Zara Anishanslin
Delaware Historical Society, 2020 - 21 Graduate Assistant
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