Depth of Field, volume 7, no. 1 (December 2015)Suzaan Boettger: Whispers and Cries: Photographic Evocations of the Anthropocene

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Suzaan Boettger is an art historian, critic and lecturer in New York City and Professor of the History of Art at Bergen Community College, New Jersey, where she teaches the history of photography. A scholar of earth, land, and environmental art, Dr. Boettger is the author of Earthworks: Art and the Landscape of the Sixties (University of California Press, 2003) and Nedko Solakov: Ninety-nine Fears (Phaidon, 2008). She has published numerous articles and exhibition- and book-reviews on painting, sculpture, and photography in periodicals spanning arts journalism and scholarly research and has contributed to twelve exhibition catalogues and books. In 2016, her survey ‘Within and Beyond the Art World: Environmentalist Criticism of Visual Art’ will be published in Handbook of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (edited by Hubert Zapf and published in Germany by De Gruyter). Her book Climate Changed: Contemporary Environmentalist Art is in process. http://bergen.academia.edu/SuzaanBoettger