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Katie Peyton Hofstadter

teaches here:

Parsons The New School
School of Art & Design History & Theory

and here:

Fashion Institute of Technology
School of Graduate Studies: Art Market Studies.

Her writing is represented by Sam Hiyate of the Rights Factory.

Her artwork is represented by Pocket Utopia.

Forthcoming:

“Morehshin Allahyari: She Who Sees the Unknown: The Left Witness and the Right Witness.” Interview. The Believer, June / July 2020.

“The Subject is the System: Portraits of a Regenerative Culture.” Catalog essay for Swoon: The Heart Lives Through the Hands. Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, 2020.

“The Gatekeepers.” Catalog Essay for Beyond Boundaries, Gallery Korea, New York, 2020.

Recent:

The Sky Is Blue With Lies: An Interview with John Reed
The Believer

Digital Sunrise: God, Virtual Reality, and Death
Pank Magazine

Edge of Every World: Morehshin Allahyari’s The Laughing Snake
Best American Poetry, Guest Blogger

Meltwater Pulse and Other Possible Futures: The Extinction Art of Sofía Córdova
Best American Poetry, Guest Blogger

3 new short plays featured in 50 Ways… produced by Yana Landowne + Samir Bitar
Named “Best of Fringe” by DC Theater Scene
Fringe Festival, Washington, DC

“Sending Out the Signal: Swoon Interviewed by Katie Peyton”
Bomb Magazine

More…

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Her writing, reviews and and interviews have been published in literary journals including BombGargoyle and Short Fast & Deadly. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally and her projects have been reviewed in Parsons’s Insights Magazine, Hyperallergic, ArtFCity, Clocktower Radio’s Art on AirThe Athens Voice (Greece), Quiet Lunch, Short, Fast & Deadly, Artcritical, and LunaLuna.  Her New York solo exhibition was at Terrazzo Art Projects.

 

Her curatorial projects have been exhibited at Pocket Utopia, Fake Gallery Brooklyn, Vanderbilt Republic @ Gowanus Loft, the Mykonos Bienniale, Artsy, and Terror Gallery.

Undercurrent Projects is a nomadic artspace where dozens of guest curators have introduced new ideas and artists. Locations have varied from a Manhattan storefront to an underground storage bathroom.

Her writing is represented by Sam Hiyate of the Rights Factory.

Her artwork is represented by Pocket Utopia.