Professor of Art History and Co-Director of the New York Semester on Contemporary Art
Areas of expertise: Contemporary art (artists, art market, art collecting), feminism and art, modern art (artists, art market, art collecting), New York City art galleries and museums, women artists
Kimberly Rhodes writes and teaches about modern and contemporary visual culture and has worked as an art historian in museum and academic settings. She teaches courses on 19th century art, 20th century art and the history of photography. She also is co-director of Drew’s New York Semester on Contemporary Art.