Darla Migan, PhD is a philosopher and art critic. She has written gallery essays in support of artists in Berlin, Kampala, San Francisco, and New York; lectured at the American Society for Aesthetics; and published reviews of solo presentations by Faith Ringgold, Abigail DeVille, Ryan Kuo, and Akeem Smith. She is a recipient of an Andy Warhol Arts Writers Grant, an alumnus of the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and a Lecturer at The New School for Social Research. In 2021 Darla began teaching the online course “Philosophy for Artists” and curating @variableterms. She has been invited to visits and discussions with artists at UCLA, Angewandte, Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio), Städelschule, Wassaic, KADIST, The Flag Art Foundation, Artists Alliance Inc, Triangle Arts, and NARS. Darla’s criticism on the conditions of contemporary art and visual culture can be read in Artforum, Art in America, Art News, Artnet News, The Brooklyn Rail, Cultured Magazine, MOMUS, ShiftSpace,Spike, Sugarcane Magazine, and Texte zur Kunst.
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