This Thursday evening (November 5th) at The Drawing Center: a reading of new works by Jeremy Sigler

Posted by on Nov 1, 2015 in Events, Faculty, Faculty Writings, Poetry | No Comments
Jeremy Sigler (via The Drawing Center)

Jeremy Sigler (via The Drawing Center)

This Thursday, November 5th at 6:30 pm, The Drawing Center will host a reading of new writings by poet and VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler. Here’s more about the event from the Center’s website:

Jeremy Sigler will read a selection of new prose poems, including Not to Brag, which was written for the catalogue accompanying Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men, curated by Claire Gilman, Senior Curator, and on view at The Drawing Center through Dec. 20th.

Jeremy Sigler (b.1968) is a poet based in Brooklyn, where he has resided since 1991. He has published numerous books of poetry, including most recently Crackpot Poet (Black Square Editions) and ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ (Kingsboro Press/ For the Common Good). His next book, Love Poet in Marxist Overalls, is forthcoming from Sternberg Press in 2016. Sigler recently worked as co-editor of Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place: 1958-2010 (published by Dia Art Foundation and Yale University Press), and he currently teaches in SVA’s Dept. of Visual & Critical Studies, New York.


The Drawing Center is located at 35 Wooster Street in New York City. You can read a little more about Sigler and the reading at the center’s website.

The catalogue for Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men (via The Drawing Center)

The catalogue for Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men (via The Drawing Center)

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