Alex J Taylor is an Australian-born historian of modern American art and visual culture.
His research interests include art and mass media, transnational modernisms, studio practice, artistic self-fashioning and the influence of business and economics on art and design.
Alex is Assistant Professor and Academic Curator in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh.
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Transactions: Trade, Diplomacy and the Circulation of American Art
American Art, Summer 2017
From 30th anniversary issue, published by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Unstable Motives: Propaganda, Politics and the Late Work of Alexander Calder
American Art, Spring 2012
Awarded the Terra Foundation for American Art International Essay Prize. Read article