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Bieber, Susanneh Associate Professor


Susanneh Bieber is Associate Professor of art and architectural history at Texas A&M University. In her work, she focuses on modern and contemporary American art in a transnational context, with a particular interest in the relationship between art, architecture, and the built and natural environments. Her research has been supported with fellowships from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Her peer-reviewed articles appeared in Art Journal, American Art, The Journal of Architectural Education (JAE), and Panorama. Her article on inflatable architecture of the Sixties received the 2020 JAE scholarship design award for best article of the year, and her research on "The Origins of Judd's Minimal Art" was awarded with the 2017 Terra International Essay Prize. Previously, Dr. Bieber worked as curator at the Tate Modern in London and the Fresno Metropolitan Museum in California, and published numerous essays in exhibition catalogues. She received her PhD from the Freie University in Berlin.

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