Andy Grundberg

Professor, Dean, Associate Provost
Degree programs: 
Associate Fine Arts
BA Art Studies
BFA Fine Art Photography

Personal Information

Grundberg is an art critic, curator, and educator with over 25 years of experience specializing in writing about photography and video within contemporary art. His essays and articles for the New York Times and other publications are collected in Crisis of the Real (Aperture). Other books include Mike and Doug Starn and Alexey Brodovitch. Exhibitions he has organized include Photography and Art: Interactions Since 1946, Ansel Adams: A Legacy, and In Response to Place: Photographs from the Nature Conservancy's Last Great Places. Awards include an Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography and a Leica Medal of Excellence for writing.

Degree Title: 
B.A.
College or University: 
Cornell University
Exhibitions: 

Prof. Grundberg’s exhibitions include Photography and Art: Interactions Since 1946 (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, and additional travel), Ansel Adams: A Legacy (Friends of Photography, San Francisco, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and additional travel), and In Response to Place: Photographs from the Nature Conservancy's Last Great Places (Corcoran Gallery of Art, travel).

Awards: 

Infinity Award for Writing, International Center of Photography, 2000

Manufacturers Hanover Art/World Award, 1989 

Leica Medal of Excellence, 1988 

Publications: 

Prof. Andy Grundberg’s essays and articles for the New York Times and other publications are collected in Crisis of the Real (Aperture). Other books include Mike and Doug Starn and Alexey Brodovitch.

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Prof. Grundberg is an art critic, curator, and educator with more than 25 years of experience specializing in writing about photography and video within contemporary art.