Burnaway, an Atlanta-based online magazine that focuses on the creative communities in the south recently published Image, Identity & the Exorcist: Q&A with Paul Pfeiffer, an interview with Dodd faculty Paul Pfeiffer that was written by Art History alumna Rebecca Brantley.
Paul Pfeiffer currently serves as the Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair. He is a pioneer and exemplary practitioner working in the fields of art installation, photography, and video, and is perhaps best known for digitally manipulated images of athletes and celebrities. Represented by the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York City, Pfeiffer has had numerous solo exhibitions at a diverse array of institutions, including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and the Museum für Gegenwart in Berlin.
Rebecca Brantley received an MA degree in Art History with Distinction in 2009. She currently serves as the director of the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art at Piedmont College, where she also teaches courses in art history and criticism. Brantley is also chair of exhibitions and programming at ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art.